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All our lives have changed very quickly because of the Coronavirus. A lot of adults are in the news and online saying what it is like for them – at the Children’s Parliament we want to share how it is for children too. In response to the pandemic we have launched a national survey for 8 to 14 year olds to find out their experiences so that we can feed this back to children and adults in authority. The survey is here.
The plan for this national survey is to do it on a regular basis to keep up to date with the situation. The April edition will be live until April 26.; there will then be subsequent editions with the May edition launched on 1 May.
We appreciate that services are busy, and we share concerns for the most vulnerable and isolated children and families. Digital access is an issue for many families: any help you can give to promote the survey to parents and carers would be much appreciated, as would any support colleagues can give in terms of digital access.