We are speaking with children to find out how the national lockdown is affecting them. How do they feel being locked up at home for weeks on end, away from friends? What do they miss most? Is there anything about the lockdown they like?
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The group has been raising money to set up a distribution scheme for Raspberry Pi boxes so more children are connected digitally and are able to progress in their education.
Siblings Robyn aged 16, Lily aged 14, and Ted aged 10 who each have autism are being home-schooled by their mum, Mandy.
Michael, 5, Indie, 14, and Laura and Nic, both 11, have written about what being in isolation has been like for them.
Libby, 17 and Hannah, 15, talk about how they’re finding living in lockdown while being in foster care.
Rowan, aged 10 to tell us about life in lockdown and Rob, who is a social worker tells us about how coronavirus is impacting on him and the children and families he works with.
Ayra, 16, has written a blog for us about what lockdown has been like for her.
Talking with children is at the heart of our work and we have published a range of studies shining a light on the experiences of children.
IMO (‘In My Opinion’) has been created in collaboration with care experienced young people to provide a voice for young people in care and care leavers to share advice, experience, and stories with one another.
The site has young people’s voices at its heart, and all of its content, including blogs, vlogs and podcasts, has been created by or developed with input from young people in care, for young people in care.