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Our evaluations were devised by Deborah Sheppard at Hertfordshire Mental Health and Well Being Team-Hertfordshire County Council 2009. The evaluations consist of 2 scale shift questions, 4 circle the answer questions, 5 tickbox questions and 3 written questions. For evaluation copy please email firstname.lastname@example.org
99% of young people felt it was a valuable use of their time. In section 5 of the evaluations, Q: What will you do as a result of this session answers from evalautions, here werethe pupils' answers:
Feedback- 85% of pupils said sexual bulling is a very important issue. 12% said it’s an important issue and only 3% said it’s not an important issue.
Do you have any comments/suggestions about the workshops:
‘Make it law to do these lessons’ Male pupil 13 yrs old
Can you list 3 things you would do differently as a result of the workshops? Male pupil 14 yrs old:
“The workshop on Friday was fantastic, the form thoroughly enjoyed it and were very engaged. It’s and interactive session which triggered lots of discussion. I was unsure as to how seriously they’d take it, but it went down very well.” Ms Friar- Yr 9 Teacher. Francis Combe School
“I was very impressed with the workshops, the students engaged and I have had many ask me when the next lesson is. We would like future workshops on a yearly basis for our Year 9’s.” Ms Biggs- Head of Year 9. MountGrace school
“Thanks a lot for coming in – from what I saw, the kids were really engaged and certainly took a lot away from it’. Mr Thomson Head of PHSE. Rickmansworth school
“Thanks so much for today, the kids loved it, I was walking around at break time asking them about it and they all said they found it really interesting”. Mr Kemp, PHSE Co-ordinator Sandringham School
“Many thanks for your workshops today. The girls really enjoyed it and got a lot out of it. The balance of activities was just right”. Mrs Shrimpton, Watford Girls School.