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Annual Event Report 2022

The Children and Young People’s Trust Annual event took place on 3rd May 2022. 168 adults and young people were able to join us from a variety of sectors and youth voice groups. This year’s event focused on the refresh of the Children and Young People’s Plan.

Children and Young People's Plan

This year, the Children and Young People’s Plan (CYPP) is being refreshed. The aim of the CYPP is to improve the outcomes of:

  • children and young people
  • particularly those who are vulnerable to poor outcomes

The refreshed plan covers five key priorities:

  • Best start in life
  • Safeguarding
  • Education
  • Physical Health
  • Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing

Following a presentation, the participants discussed each priority.

Please email cypt.enquiries@eastsussex.gov.uk for a copy of the presentations.

Youth Voice

Young people are key partners in the Children and Young People’s Plan. They played an important role in shaping the annual event.

The East Sussex Youth Cabinet shared the Make Your Mark results.

Make Your Mark is the largest youth ballot in Europe. All young people aged 11-18 can have a say on the issues facing young people.

20 secondary schools and colleges in East Sussex took part this year. 10,463 young people cast their vote and set the priorities for Youth Cabinet’s campaigns. The Children and Young People’s Trust annual event hosted the reveal of the results:

Make Your Mark Results:

  1. Jobs, Money, Homes and Opportunities (2,161 votes)
  2. Environment (2,074 votes)
  3. Education and Learning (2,017 votes)
  4. Health and Wellbeing (1,877 votes)
  5. Poverty (1,261 votes)
  6. Our Rights and Democracy (649 votes)
  7. COVID-19 Recovery (424 votes)

 

To see the full report

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