Principal Policy Adviser for Youth Justice
Salary: £49,247 - £57,795 (FTE) per annum
Contract: Full time permanent (part time and job share applicants will also be considered)
Find out more information about the role on our Jobs page.
Video: Takeover Day: a day of support
On Monday 22 September we ran a day of support using Google Hangout to answer any and all questions and give top quality Takeover Day advice. People sent in questions and queries via phone, email or Twitter.
Watch the Google Hangout on YouTube to find out the answers to lots of your questions such as...
- What type of activities could you run as part of Takeover Day?
- How do we find young people to work with?
- How do you make sure that young people coming in feel safe and welcomed?
Watch our Hangout
Inquiry into child sexual abuse within the family environment
The Office of the Children's Commissioner is launching a national Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in the Family Environment (intrafamilial) on Thursday 3 July 2014.
Find out more information.
School Admission Process
Find out our Ambassadors programme
This year we're launching a new scheme that we'd like you to be part of: The Takeover Day Ambassadors.
Ambassadors will help us recruit new organisations to be taken over and in return will receive the opportunity to take over high profile organisations and have their Children's Commissioner's Takeover Day stories featured on our website, in our press releases and media coverage.
What happened last year?
Tesco's Chief Executive, Philip Clarke; Children's Minister, Edward Timpson; NHS England's Chief Executive, Sir David Nicholson; Chief Nursing Officer of England, Jane Cummings; Shadow Chancellor, Ed Balls and Assistant Metropolitan Police Chief, Simon Byrne were just a few of the people and organisations who were taken over by thousands of children across England for Children's Commissioner's Takeover Day on Friday 22 November 2013.
Responses to Year 2 Inquiry
Read responses to our recommendations.
Takeover Day - 21 November 2014
Takeover Day gives children and young people across the country the chance to work with adults and get involved in making decisions in all kinds of organisations.
Last year, tens of thousands of children and young people became teachers,council officers, MPs, and journalists for the day. This year, you can too!
Find out how you can be a part of Takeover Day.