Major review aims to transform lives of children in England


Children’s Commissioner launches national survey of children’s welfare intended to influence new policies

The new Children’s Commissioner for England has launched a root and branch review aimed at improving all aspects of children’s lives, from mental health to schooling, poverty and career prospects.

In her first public announcement in her new role, Dame Rachel de Souza said the independent Childhood Commission was a “once in a generation” chance to put children’s welfare and life chances at the heart of the country’s policy agenda as it looks to recover economically from Covid-19.

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