The consequences of being labelled ‘looked‐after’: Exploring the educational experiences of looked‐after children and young people in Wales

The educational experiences and attainment of looked‐after children and young people (LACYP) remains an issue of widespread international concern. Within the UK, children and young people in care achieve poorer educational outcomes compared to individuals not in care. Despite proliferation of research documenting the reasons for educational disadvantage amongst this population, there remains limited empirical… Read More

How gender matters to children and young people living in England

This report sets out the research findings from a project commissioned by the Office for the Children’s Commissioner for England in 2015, “Children’s Experiences of Gender”. Please note that the information and views in this publication set out in are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the Office… Read More