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Flourish survey 2024

Helping Norfolk's children and young people to feel understood.

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Public Health and the Children and Young People Strategic Alliance (CYPSA) are working in partnership to develop The Flourish survey 2024. This is to try and help us understand how children and young people feel about important areas of their lives, the support they receive, and the big decisions they make.

The Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU) run the survey and have over 40 years' experience nationally in carrying out questionnaires with schools. The survey is made up of a set of mostly multiple-choice questions that cover the eight Flourish areas. These are based on aspects of children and young people's (CYP) lives that they have told us are important to them.

Register your interest in taking the Flourish 2024 survey

When the survey is running

The survey opens 18 December 2023 and the completion window runs until 27 March 2024.

Why you should take part

Every school that takes part will receive a report summarising the behaviours and perceptions of their pupils, benchmarked against the wider county picture. This unique insight can help:

  • Provide an indication of current pupil wellbeing, empowering your school to better meet their needs and aspirations
  • Inform curriculum decisions - identifying gaps in the current offer to pupils in terms of knowledge and need
  • Provide evidence for OFSTED and your governing bodies around personal development, behaviour and welfare, demonstrating a proactive approach
  • Inform training needs for staff and as a starting point for wider discussions with governors and your school community

For your students, benefits include:

  • An opportunity to take part in active citizenship - lending their voice to a project that will inform decisions being made in many aspects of their own and their peers' lives.
  • Feeling listened to and understood by the adults supporting them, around what they want and need.
  • Having a positive influence on their school and wider community.
  • Enjoying a chance to do something a little different from their everyday school routine.

Support

For further information about the Flourish survey 2024, visit the About the Flourish survey webpage. You can also contact us via email at flourish.survey@norfolk.gov.uk.