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Children and young people we want your views

Under 18 and live in the Rochdale borough?

Then please take part in one of our e-consultations to give us your thoughts on looking for support or using local services.

Click below to complete one of our short surveys

Local surveys

e-safety

How do you find information when you need it?

National Surveys

UK Safer Internet Centre - Sexting 11 to 18 year olds survey. The survey is voluntary and completely anonymous; participants should not share any personal details. 

The Government has launched a survey to understand the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) people living in the UK. 

U-Report UK

U-Report is an anonymous messaging service that lets you and your friends speak out on issues that matter. 

U-Report is run by Unicef UK, the world’s largest children’s organisation. 

It’s free, easy to use, and completely anonymous – so you can say what you really think. Anyone aged 13 or over can join U-Report.

The following surveys are now closed:

Do young people feel safe on public transport in Greater Manchester?

763 replies to survey from across Greater Manchester. 15%  were from people who work with young people 85% were from young people themselves.

Only small percentage of young people said that they had ever felt unsafe on public transport but workers tended to overestimate this percentage.

Recommendation that more needs to be done to promote the It's Not Okay website to young people.

Domestic Abuse - are we getting the right information to young people?

93 people completed this survey. The majority agreed that Domestic Abuse is taken seriously by schools and that professionals in the borough know how to help young people. Nonetheless, most people thought that it would be very hard for a child or young person to talk about any domestic abuse  that was happening in their home because they would be worried about the consequences of talking about it. 56% of people felt that talking about domestic abuse in PHSE lessons would encourage children to ask for help, 9% disagreed and 35% did not know.

Running Away from Home

Thank you to everyone who contributed. We will be publishing our findings soon.

 

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