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Defra commissioned NatCen to conduct this research into current provision of activities that support children and young people’s engagement with the natural environment outside of school.
The National Online Tuition Pilot aimed to support disadvantaged pupils by providing fully subsidised tuition during the summer of 2020, during and following the COVID-19 school ‘closures’. The pilot was delivered by four established tutoring organisations and reached 1,425 learners in 65 schools.
This survey looks at the mental health of children and young people, experiences of family life, education and services, and worries and anxieties during the coronavirus pandemic.
This evidence review examines the implications of contact for the wellbeing of children and young people who have been separated from their birth relatives in public-law contexts.
We were commissioned by the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues to conduct an evaluative survey to provide JCCV with a better idea of the extent and nature of its impact on schools and practitioners.
This rapid evidence review examines the effects of digital contact on the wellbeing of children and young people who have been separated from their birth relatives in public and private law contexts.
This survey is part of a series which provides England’s Official Statistics on trends in child mental health. It was commissioned by NHS Digital, with funding from the Department of Health and Social Care. We collaborated with Office for National Statistics (ONS) and youthinmind.
Commissioned as part of the CASE (Culture and Sport
Evidence) programme with Arts Council England, this research explores the potential of the Understanding Society surveys to help us build understanding of relationships between culture and sports engagement and the health and wellbeing of adults in England.