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Opportunities in life should not be based on a postcode lottery, but available to all young people, regardless of background and ability. Young people today face an unprecedented range of daily challenges which are often reported in the media and press. All of which, further support our drive to provide every young people across the country, with a safe and inspiring place to spend their leisure time, with access to employability, health and sporting initiatives which make a huge contribution to their emotional and physical wellbeing.
“Londoners Said” is the result of speaking directly with over 1000 people in 17 workshops across London with the aim to improve mental health.
New research published by Sport England, reveals the scale of the challenge to help the nation’s children be more active.
Young people and mental health in a changing world’ is the theme of today’s World Mental Health Day.
Child poverty expert argues that the long summer break leaves poor children disengaged
The Good Childhood Report 2018, produced in partnership with the University of York, is the seventh in a series of annual reports published by The Children’s Society about how children in the UK feel about their lives.
The battle against obesity continues to be lost, with children increasingly likely to be obese before they start secondary school.
The problem is that children on the fringes of gang culture are more vulnerable to being recruited into criminality during the summer holidays.
Damaged teenagers need help rather than punishment and intervening early costs us all less in the long run.
Study also shows self-harming is more common among teenagers in deprived areas.