The charity argues that there are six priorities needed for a happy childhood. A supplementary report, Promoting Positive Well-Being for Children, also published today, sets out how they should be adopted by government and others as priorities when devising new policies that impact on children’s lives. These are:
The right conditions to learn and develop
A positive view of themselves and a respect for their identity
Enough of the items and experiences that matter to them
Positive relationships with their family and friends
A safe and suitable home environment and local area
The opportunities to take part in positive activities that help them thrive
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