Our well-being research was initiated in 2005 to fill the gap in research regarding young people's views of their own well-being
The Good Childhood Report 2016
To find out more, read The Good Childhood Report 2016 in one of the following formats:
We have also produced a guide for parents on how to support your child’s well-being.
Ways to well-being
Take notice, Keep learning, Connect, Be active and Be creative and play are key factors that help children to improve their own well-being, reveals our new report, Ways to well-being.
Understanding children's well-being
Our well-being research was initiated in 2005 to fill the gap in research regarding young people's views of their own well-being. The research focuses on positive rather than negative indicators, and on well-being in the present rather than 'well-becoming'.
Our research aims to:
- Develop a better understanding of the concept of well-being as it relates to young people, taking full account of the perspectives of young people themselves
- Establish self-report measures of young people’s well-being and use these to identify the reasons for variations in well-being and to monitor changes in well-being over time.