Category Archives: Mental & Emotional Health

Unicef Report: Children’s Well-being in UK, Sweden & Spain Published

In 2007, a Unicef report ‘An overview of child well-being in rich countries‘ ranked the UK bottom of a league table for child well-being across 21 industrialised countries. UNICEF UK commissioned Ipsos MORI to explore some of the reasons behind these statistics by … Continue reading

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Bristol Local Authority Reports: ‘TellUs3’ & ‘TellUs4’ 2008 & 2009 School Based Surveys

‘TellUs3’ & ‘TellUs4’ are school based surveys completed by a representative sample of school aged children and Young People (C&YP) annually in England in years 6, 8 and 10. They ask about views regarding their local area and the five Every Child … Continue reading

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Mental & Emotional Health

According to Bristol’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Children and Young People 2009-14, poor emotional health is at the root of many different kinds of problems. If we can improve the emotional health of Bristol’s children, we will also … Continue reading

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