Every Child Matters Survey 2010 – Briefing Note

The information presented in this briefing is based on the results of the 2010 Every Child Matters (ECM) Survey, the 4th year the survey has been conducted. The survey is conducted using a partnership approach, with schools as core partners. Its purpose is to gather data to support the school self-evaluation process, to inform planning and priority setting for schools and other partners and to contribute to the Needs Analysis and Children and Young People’s Plan. The survey is open to all pupils in school years 5 to 13, and encourages schools and partners to listen to the voice of children and young people.

 Schools were invited to take part in the survey between April and June 2010; a total of 4,214 completed responses were received. Of the schools that took part in the survey, 24 in total, 16 were primary / junior schools and seven were secondary schools; the one remaining school is classified as a Teaching and Learning Centre. Analysis shows that those responding to the survey were a good representation of the school population in Warwickshire.

ECM Survey Briefing Note

For further information about next years survey – please open the link below …

ECM Poster for schools

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