Coronavirus children’s wellbeing study: how are you doing?

Our lives have changed very quickly because of the Coronavirus.

A lot of adults are in the news and online saying what it is like for them, but Children’s Parliament want to share how it is for children too.

We’re supporting their national wellbeing survey for 8 to 14 year olds and encouraging Fife’s children to report on how they’re doing.

The survey was originally launched at the beginning of April and over 4,000 children have already taken part! A new survey was launched today that’s looking for other children to report on their wellbeing for the first time as well as those who have already taken part to check in again this month and update Children’s Parliament on how they’re feeling now.

The survey is anonymous, doesn’t ask for any contact details and is available at bit.ly/Coronavirus_Kids.

It’s important that we find out how living in this period of restrictions is going for our children. We would really appreciate it if you could encourage your child to use a bit of their screen time over the next few weeks to tell Children’s Parliament how they are doing.