Your views on Children’s Services performance reporting

Closed 21 Jan 2015

Opened 8 Dec 2014

Results expected 26 Jan 2015

Feedback expected 2 Feb 2015



The Children’s Services Performance and Development Team is reviewing the monthly Children's Services performance report cards that are provided for the use of staff and senior management. Completing the survey should only take about 5-10 minutes.


Your views will provide the CS Performance team with a better understanding of how the current reports are used; which parts are useful and which parts are less relevant. We really need your feedback to understand where we can make improvements so as to produce a more user friendly and effective performance report card.


The survey will close at 12h00 on Wednesday 21th January 2015 and results will be shared by email soon after the closing date.


Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.



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