Children’s Parliament is engaging children age 8 to 14 years old in conversations about their experience of Coronavirus and the lockdown. They have now launched the JUNE edition of their national wellbeing survey How are you doing?
The survey is here bit.ly/Coronavirus_Kids
They are hoping pupils coming to the end of S1 and S2 will complete the survey as part of their learning. The survey can be accessed via the link, but parents and carers have informed that it is a great conversation starter and they can be crucial to children accessing from home.
If you visit the link you will also find:
- A report on findings from the April and May How are you doing? surveys. Nearly 4,000 children took part each month.
- The Children’s Parliament publication, the Corona Times Journal, with children reporting on life at the moment. The latest Journal looked at learning in lockdown and the return to school.