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TeenBoundaries is being externally evaluated by the Institute of Education, (University of London) in May 2013 we will publish the findings once complete.
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.