The Children's Society has produced a set of self-reporting measures, which can be used to monitor differences and changes in children’s well-being over time. By developing an understanding of the factors that explain differences in children's well-being within a country, we can then identify messages for policy that can be used to improve children and young people's lives.

Month of publication 
June
Year of publication 
2011
Number of pages 
2
Author 
n/a
Category 
Parliamentary briefings
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Portsmouth survey of children and young people 2014

Our survey provides a unique insight into the lives of children and young people aged seven to 18 living in Portsmouth. Over 4,100 children and young people in 16 primary schools, six secondary schools, two colleges and one Special Educational Needs school participated in the survey.

The aim of undertaking the survey is to identify the aspects of life where children in Portsmouth are doing well and those where they are not doing so well, in order to identify potential local priorities for improving well-being.

Date published 
June 2014
Number of pages 
59