Annual Surveys

We are currently conducting a number of Family and Children's Services surveys. The results of these surveys will assist us to identify our strengths, target areas for improvement and consider any actions that may better meet families’ needs in the future. The survey is anonymous, however if you would like us to contact you in relation to the survey, or about any other issues, please provide your details on the questionnaire in the open text sections.

We value your feedback and look forward to continuing to provide your child/ren with the highest quality service.

Children’s Centres parent/guardian survey 2016

Our Children’s Centres aim to provide learning opportunities for your child/ren in an environment that is safe and promotes their development, health and wellbeing. We would like to determine if we are achieving this aim by requesting that you complete our annual parent/guardian satisfaction survey.

Complete online — Children’s Centres Parent/guardian survey 2016

Family Day Care Parent/guardian survey 2016

Our Family Day Care Scheme aims to support learning opportunities for your child/ren in a home environment that is safe and promotes their development, health and wellbeing.  The results of this annual survey will assist the Family Day Care support unit to identify educators’ strengths, target areas for improvement and consider any actions that may better meet families’ needs in the future.

Complete online — Family Day Care parent/guardian survey 2016

Maternal and Child Health Questionnaire 2016

We seek feedback from users of our Maternal and Child Health service each year. The information provided contributes to our ongoing planning and improvement activity.

Maternal and Child Health provides a free and confidential service to families with children from birth to six years. The service aims to support children’s health and development needs and parents. We would like to determine if we are achieving this aim by requesting that you complete our annual quewstionaire.

Complete online — Maternal and Child Health service user survey 2016

Occasional Care service user survey 2016

We seek feedback from users of our Carnegie Occasional Care service each year. The information provided assists council’s occasional care service to identify their strengths, target areas for improvement and consider any actions that may better meet families’ needs in the future.

Council’s Carnegie Occasional Care service aims to provide an environment that is safe and promotes children’s wellbeing while parents attend appointments, shop, study or take a break

Complete online — Occasional Care service user survey 2016