Here at Childline, we're really keen to hear from you.

Thank you so much for taking a couple of minutes to take our survey. 

Your thoughts and views are so important to us. They help us to make sure our services for children and young people work for you.

There are no right or wrong answers here - all information and answers are helpful!

This survey is anonymous too - so we won't know who has taken part, or who has provided which answers.

We would be very grateful if you could complete the survey by 11th February, or as soon as you can. 

For more information, or support at any time, check out www.Childline.ie.

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* 1. Gender: How do you identify?

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* 3. What level of school do you attend? 

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* 6. Do you have a mobile phone?

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* 7. If you do have a mobile phone, can you use it to access the Internet?

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* 8. If you use social media, messaging apps or video on demand, which of the below do you have an account for or use? 

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* 9. If you listen to music, which of the below do you use?

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* 10. If you watch TV, what platforms do you use?

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* 11. Which of the following children's and young people's charities have you heard of?

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* 12. Of the charities you have selected above, which one do you feel you know the most about? (For example, what they do, etc). Please tick one option only.

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* 13. For the charity you have selected, can you write one line about what you think they do or how they help children and young people? (Remember, there are no right and wrong answers here)

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* 14. Before today, had you heard of Childline?

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* 15. If you had heard of Childline before today, could you write one line about what you think the service does or how it helps children and young people? (Again, there are no right and wrong answers here)

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* 16. Have you ever heard of the word 'Resilience'?

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* 17. If you have heard about resilience, could you let us know how you would describe the word to a friend? (Is there any other word or phrase you would use to describe it?)

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* 18. Which three issues, concerns or worries do you think affect people of your age most often? (Please choose the three issues / concerns / worries which you think most affect people of your age)

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* 19. If you had a worry or something on your mind, who do you think you could talk to about it? (You can choose more than one option)

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* 20. What do you think a child or young person could contact Childline to talk about? (Select all options which you think apply)

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* 21. If you were to contact Childline at some point in the future, what method do you think you would be most likely to use? (Please choose just one option)

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* 22. Do you think there are any reasons why a child or young person might not make contact with Childline? (Please choose all options which you feel apply)

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* 23. When thinking about Childline, which statement do you think best describes who the service is for?

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* 24. If you were to see a video about support for issues / concerns / worries, what kind of 'voice' or tone do you think the video should have?

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* 25. If you were designing a poster for children and young people, which of the following parts do you think would be most important? (Rank from 1 to 4, with 1 being the most important and 4 being the least important)

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* 26. If you were showing people / children in a poster, what ways do you think would be best to represent them? (Rank your favourite options from 1 to 3, where 1 is your favourite and 3 is your least favourite) 

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* 27. Thinking about posters, ads or logos, which colours do you think work best? (Pick your three favourite colours from the below)

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* 28. Finally, imagine a children's charity is going to work with a person from the worlds of Irish music, sport, television, films, TV, celebrity, or someone who you might follow on social media, to help it communicate its message to children and young people. Who do you think would be a suitable person to work with the charity?

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