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Health & Wellbeing evidence from the “Living Is More Important Than Just Surviving.” Report

What Food Do Children Need to Grow Big and Strong?

“If you do well when you’re young it will help you when you’re older.”

Health & Wellbeing evidence

Long-term health conditions

“I get involved with others, I used not to”

Health & Wellbeing evidence

Bullying Free Society

Call 16: Work together to build cultures where every voice is valued, and create a society free from bullying

Health & Wellbeing evidence

Mental Health Support

Call 3: All children and young people should have access to mental health support when they need it, based on rights, trust, privacy – and without discrimination

Health & Wellbeing evidence from the “Coping is difficult, but I feel proud” Report

What Would Help Young Carers With Everyday Life?

“Someone to talk to who understands what it’s like to care for someone.”

Health & Wellbeing evidence from the “Coping is difficult, but I feel proud” Report

How Are Young Carers Coping With Everyday Life?

“I just get on with it.”

Health & Wellbeing evidence from the Inquiry into Bullying and Harassment in Schools Report

Bullying in School

There would appear to be a strong link between bullying and poor mental health, with young people identifying that bullying has a whole host of negative impacts such as low self-esteem, social isolation, sadness, depression or anxiety (NSPCC, 2016, Children’s Parliament, 2016).

Health & Wellbeing evidence from the Mental Health in Scotland Report

Children Reflect on Mental Health Support

NHS Health Scotland’s study of children and young people’s mental health in Scotland showed a decline in young people’s wellbeing as they got older, with life satisfaction and happiness decreasing between the ages of 11 and 15.