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Published by the ONS in October 2020, the two reports below summarise children's views on what they consider to be important to their well-being.

The first report 'Children well-being indicator review' explains the proposals and methodologies implemented to identify the 31 indicators used the measure a child's wellbeing.

The second report records the results from this study, identifying the key factors that contribute to supporting and enhancing a child's wellbeing. Some of these key findings include:

  • Feeling loved and having positive relationships
  • Feeling safe with friends and at home
  • Being able to express themselves without being judged
  • Feeling listened to and valued