Young people's survey 2019

29 October 2019

A survey to find out what young people think about some of the services available to them and what issues affect them is taking place in November and December.

YC Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire County Council’s targeted youth service, has developed a survey for young people aged between 11-17, and up to the age of 25 for those with special educational needs.

The aim of the survey is to capture the voices of young people across Hertfordshire to help ensure that we continue to deliver valuable, inclusive and relevant services and activities for young people.

The survey is being sent to secondary and middle schools and colleges across the county and is available directly from YC Hertfordshire.

Deputy Leader of Hertfordshire County Council and Cabinet Member for Children, Young People and Families, Councillor Teresa Heritage said:

“We are delighted to announce the launch of a countywide Young People’s Survey on the 1st November 2019. It is a fantastic opportunity for young people to get involved and have their say on issues of importance to them, it also provides a great platform for us to capture and understand the voices of young people across the county. The results of the survey will be valuable for us and our partner organisations to help inform the development of services and activities for young people across the county. We very much look forward to receiving the results of this survey.”

If you know a young person aged 11-17, or up to 25 if they have a special education need, please encourage them to complete the survey through their school, local youth project/group or contact YC Hertfordshire directly.

Please find the link below to access the survey which will be open from 1st November


If you have any queries regarding the survey, please contact YC Hertfordshire on or 0300 123 7538.