Active Lives Children and Young People survey

Active Lives Children and Young People survey

Posted: Fri, 15 Jan 2021 09:53

Active Lives Children and Young People survey

Now in its fourth year, the national Active Lives Children and Young People survey launched in September 2020. Despite the impact of COVID 19, the county's performance in term 1 (Sept – Dec 2020) outstripped anything that has gone before. We achieved a 59% completion rate, normally it is between 34 and 40%. A special mention to Northampton, that became the first area to get all the term's selected schools to complete the survey. 4 areas are above where they need to be to get the national data (300 across an academic year).

A very big thank you to:

Bishop Stopford School, Bracken Leas Primary School, Compass Primary Academy, Cranford CofE Primary School, Delapre Primary School, Earls Barton Primary School, Higham Ferrers Junior School, Kings Sutton Primary School, Lings Primary School, Long Buckby Junior School, Montsaye Academy, Newton Road School, Northampton School for Boys, Northampton School for Girls, Oundle C of E Primary School, Prince William School, Redwell Primary School, Rothwell Junior School, St Brendan's Catholic Primary, The Parker E-ACT Academy, Thomas Becket Catholic School, Welford Sibbertoft and Sulby Endowed Primary School, Whitehills Primary School.

If you have been selected as a term 2 school, you will receive information in the very near future.

The national data was released on Thursday 14th January and information can be found on

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Active Lives Children and Young People survey

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