NOTE: Please only answer this questionnaire if you live in England.

PSHE education is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepare for life and work in modern Britain. (PSHE Association)

Citizenship and character education (CCE) can be defined as educating children, from early childhood, to become clear-thinking and enlightened citizens who participate in decisions concerning society. (Unesco)

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* 1. Do you think young people should be taught life skills at school?

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* 2. Do you think the following topics of learning are important for young people? Please rate them on importance, with 1 being barely useful and 5 being most important.

  1 2 3 4 5
Sex Education
Mental Health, Eating Disorders etc
Finance/Money
Self skills e.g. make decisions, assess your own performance, solve problems, finding out what you're good and not good at
Gender And Sexuality
CV's, Cover Letters, Interview Technique etc
Alcohol, Smoking And Drugs
Maintenance e.g Plumbing, DIY etc
Task skills e.g. Time management, searching for information, coping with stress, agreeing responsibilities and seeing them through
Cars And Driving e.g  Basic Lessons, Fixing Flat Tires, Refuelling
Politics e.g Voting, The Parties, Forms Of Democracy
World Issues 
Housing e.g Mortages, Finding The Right Property etc
Relationships, Bullying etc
Communication skills, e.g. dealing with people in power, negotiation, settling disagreements
First Aid

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* 3. Do you think PSHE, character education and soft skills are important?

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* 4. Do you think the teaching of PSHE and CCE is a school responsibility?

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* 5. Do you think young people have the essential life skills they need for adulthood and later life?

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* 6. Finally, are you happy to be contacted to discuss the questionnaire? If so please leave your name and a contact method (ideally email or phone) here.

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