Here are all of the versions of our survey:
- Survey link for children and young people aged between 7-18. This can be directly emailed to pupils. The link contains a version with Widgit symbols for children who need extra help. Also includes British Sign Language (BSL) versions.
- Resource for children with additional learning needs. It includes a version for children with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD)
- Story time for children aged 2-3
- Story time for children aged 4-7
- Survey for professionals who work with children, so you can share your personal views.
- Survey for parents and carers
Assembly/tutor time Powerpoint and QR code
Guidance and FAQs
What we’ll do with children and young people’s answers
Children’s answers will help us to understand their lives and experiences on a national level.
This will help us to tell the Welsh Government what they need to do to make children’s lives better.
Next year, we’ll publish a work plan based on our survey responses. This will show the work we’ll do as an office to influence positive changes for children.
About the Children’s Commissioner
Rocio Cifuentes is the Children’s Commissioner for Wales.
Our office promotes and protects children’s rights in Wales. All children under the age of 18 have rights under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Our office is independent, and not a part of the Welsh Government.
We work for every child in Wales who is:
- Up to the age of 18
- Up to the age of 21 if they’ve been in care, or 25 if they’ve been in care and are still in education
If you need advice
We have a free and independent advice service. You can contact us if you feel that a child who you support has:
- been treated unfairly
- had their rights denied