Here we have practical advice on how to plan and the types of engagement methods you could choose
Focus groups are generally one-off discussions with a small group of around 6 -12 children. Focus groups are suitable for gathering information that is not sensitive. They are ideal for when you want to engage children to get their ideas or test options. Focus groups can also be useful when you are developing survey questions and want to test the range of responses or suggestions on terms and language to use.