Here we have practical advice on how to plan and the types of engagement methods you could choose
This section helps you work through your planning process for engaging with children and gives tips and advice on engagement methods
This page helps you work through your planning process for engaging with children.
It is designed to help you feel confident the process will be effective for your organisation and safe and meaningful...
This page introduces six different methods for engaging with children.
Each engagement method has strengths, weaknesses and some 'dos and don'ts'. Find out more in the guides below.
Surveys are ideal if you need information from large numbers of children and young people
Focus groups are good for in-depth discussions on a topic with a small number of children and young people
Advisory groups can provide on-going feedback, advice and recommendations to an organisation
Child-led tours are appropriate for very young children and can explore their perspectives on a place
Artistic methods provide opportunities for children and young people to express their views in alternative ways
In-depth interviews are useful to collect rich data on sensitive matters with each child