Centre for Children and Young People
We are the Centre for Children and Young People. Our research aims to improve policy and practice concerning the rights and wellbeing of children and young people. The status, interests, views and experiences of children and young people are therefore central to our work.
Our commitment to this philosophy can be seen within all of our activities and we welcome the opportunity to work with you in continuing this important work.
ARC RESEARCH FINDINGS RELEASED - Wellbeing in Schools
We are very pleased to share with you the summaries of survey findings from our ARC funded 'Wellbeing in Schools' research. The survey phase of the research (Phase 3) involved 3906 primary students, 5362 secondary students and 707 staff members. These summaries were developed for students and teachers who participated in the surveys. A full report from this important research will be available in May 2014. The 'Wellbeing in Schools' project involved close consultation with children and young people in developing questions for the focus groups (Phase 2) and online survey (Phase 3). We are especially grateful to the student members of the Wellbeing Advisory Group (WAG) who engaged with the project throughout, including facilitating consultations with other students.
Wellbeing Advisory Group members: Lucy Cornwell, Ruby Walker, Cameron Kable and Lucy Taylor.
Updated: 03 March 2014