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Children asked to share their experiences of the pandemic in “The Big Ask”

by Jonathan Kearney

The Children’s Commissioner for England, Dame Rachel de Souza, has launched the largest survey of children ever attempted – “The Big Ask” – asking for children’s experiences of the pandemic and their hopes and concerns for the future.

The survey results will feed into the Children’s Commission later this year, along with expert advice and focus groups with specialist children’s advocates.

The survey is still online here  https://www.childrenscommissioner.gov.uk/thebigask/ and the closing date to share your views is Friday 28 May.

Children aged from 4-17 years are encouraged to have their say and ensure their voices are represented.

There’s also an adult survey if you’re aged over 18 and are a care leaver, a parent or you work with children.