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Greater Manchester CTZN project

Project CTZN is a programme about safer relationships for young people led by Greater Manchester Police and funded by the Home Office.

The core of the CTZN programme is a mobile-based, digital platform (app), which will be the foundation of a social network created by and for young people. See http://www.ctzn.co.uk

SHEU is supporting the administration of the project, in particular the Year 10 survey.

Letters and leaflets about the project are linked below.

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Can we trust the results?

No-one can guarantee that every answer given by every respondent in a survey is completely accurate and honest.  However, we can go a long way to improving our confidence in the figures by taking care over each aspect of the process:

John Balding 1935-2015

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It is with great sadness we inform you that John Balding died Tuesday 13th January.

After a short illness, he passed away in his sleep, at home with his family.

Our thoughts are with his wife and family.

We all owe him more than we can say.

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"Our school took part in this year's 'Growing Up In North Yorkshire' survey. We have always found the survey results hugely helpful in informing our PSHCE & SMSC programme." Headteacher

 

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