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September 2021

Measuring Children and Young People’s Subjective Wellbeing

Measuring Children and Young People’s Subjective Wellbeing
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Measuring Children and Young People's Subjective Wellbeing

While we have very good national data on the wellbeing of adults, the national statistics on children and young people’s wellbeing in the UK, is not collected regularly, or nationally.

A key role for the What Works Centre for Wellbeing is to create robust, consistent wellbeing measures that can be used with confidence for different purposes and groups in the UK. With this project, we have developed a framework to measure the subjective wellbeing of children and young people, an area with growing national interest, particularly as a result of Covid-19.

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