If you're not happy

Jul 2015

If you're not happy


If you work with children and young people you know how important it is to encourage them to give feedback.

The Student LSCP were tasked by the Board to design a poster which encourages children to voice their opinions, especially if they have a complaint about a service.

The "If you're not happy" posters are now available for organisations to download and display to encourage children to give feedback on the services that they receive.

The posters ask children to tell a trusted adult if they are unhappy about a service, therefore please make feedback forms (or equivalent) available for adults to complete, to supplement the posters.

Available in 2 colour ways, please download as many as you need. There is a space on the poster for you to write on the name of your organisation or department.

There is also a 1 hour workshop available for download. The workshop provides activities and discussion topics for children, to encourage them to give feedback. 



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