Coronavirus: impact on children and young people in Wales

The Children’s Commissioner for Wales has released findings from the second Coronavirus and Me survey looking at the views and experiences of children and young people in Wales during the Level 4 lockdown in Wales in January 2021. The survey of 19,737 children and young people, aged 3-18 looked at: emotional and mental health and support; education; staying in contact with family and friends; play and leisure and the experiences of disabled children and young people and those from Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority groups.

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Written by Finley T.