Childnet are working with the University of Central Lancashire on a research study of children’s experiences online.
UK secondary schools are invited to join the research study, which will explore young people’s digital experiences and risk-taking and help-seeking behaviours.
As a participant, your school would get a tailored report about the experiences of your pupils to help you shape your e-safety work over the coming year.
What does it involve?
As part of the study, you would need to deliver the following activities before the summer holidays:
- Headteacher completes a consent form, and parents are informed so they have the opportunity to withdraw their child
- Pupils are briefed and then complete 15-minute survey online
- Teacher completes a short school audit survey
After the study has received your responses, Childnet will produce a personalised report for your school. Please note, your contribution will form part of a wider analysis and responses would not be attributed to your school.
How can I take part?
Please email Childnet Deputy CEO Hannah Broadbent at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information and to express your interest in taking part.
Childnet will select 5 schools across the UK to take part.