Together for Childhood Community Survey

Please read the important information below before clicking 'next'

Together for Childhood
Together for Childhood is a project focused on helping to keep children safe in East and West Marsh. We are working with local people to build upon the great things you are already doing to help keep your children safe in your area.

We want to get your views on issues facing children in your community to help us focus our resources on the areas that are important to you. Your community is unique, so by asking you about your understanding of child abuse and neglect, and your views about this subject we can start to work together to make prevention really happen.

By finding out what you already know about child abuse and neglect and what you do in your community to safeguard children, we can see if Together for Childhood helps to increase prevention in the future.

What would I have to do to take part?
If you decide to take part, please click 'next' at the bottom of this page and complete the consent form to tell us you are happy to take part. Then click 'next' again to complete a survey to tell us what you already know about child abuse and neglect, what your thoughts are about the subject, how confident you feel about recognising the signs of abuse and neglect, what people can do to protect children and should do if they are concerned about a child.

It should take you around 10 minutes to complete the survey. If you would prefer to complete the survey on paper or have it read aloud to you please contact Jolien Vos on 01472 803463 or
Do I have to take part?
It is completely up to you whether you take part in the survey or not. You can also leave out any questions you do not want to answer and can stop completing the survey at any time.

What if I have questions about the survey?
If you have any questions about taking part in this research or if you would like more information please get in touch with Jolien Vos by phone (01472 803463) or email
What will you do with the information I give you?
Your information will be confidential (completely private and safely locked away) and anonymous (we will have no personal details about you, such as your name). We will always keep the data in a secure electronic database. This information will only be seen by the research team.

Please be aware that because the survey is anonymous, we will not be able to follow-up on any concerns or worries you may have following completion of the survey. If you are worried about a child or if you would like some support about any of the issues raised in this survey, please contact the relevant service using the information provided at the end of this questionnaire.
Is there any reason I cannot take part?
You must be over 18 years-old to take part in this survey. If you have already completed this survey at one of our events thank you! Please do not complete the survey again.

What if I change my mind?
You can leave out any questions you do not want to answer. You can also stop completing the survey at anytime.  
What if I am concerned about a child or want to report something?
The aim of this survey is not to ask you to report specific concerns about a child. If you are worried about a child and need some advice, or want to report something, we can tell you who to speak to so that you get the expert help and advice you need. This could be the NSPCC helpline 0808 800 5000 or email
What happens if I want to complain?
If you would like to make a complaint about the research you can contact any NSPCC member of staff, volunteer or local office or email You can also call the NSPCC Supporter Care team on 0207 825 2505.

To help us respond to your comment or complaints effectively, please tell us which of our studies it relates to. Please also include your full name and contact details, and let us know how you would like us to contact you.
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