21st Century Childhood is different, but still mostly enjoyable: Millennium Cohort Study publishes findings on 11 year olds

The Millennium Cohort Study has published its latest findings from the three yearly survey of 13,000 children born in 2000. The findings relate to children aged 11.

This link http://www.cls.ioe.ac.uk/page.aspx?&sitesectionid=1330&sitesectiontitle=MCS+age+11+initial+findings gives the headlines, with fuller briefing papers on:

·        Family structure

·        Poverty

·        Independence

·        Wellbeing

·        Cognitive development

·        Obesity


This link expands on the headlines: http://www.cls.ioe.ac.uk/news.aspx?itemid=3122&itemTitle=21st+century+childhoods+may+be+very+different+but+they+still+seem+largely+enjoyable&sitesectionid=27&sitesectiontitle=News


And there is also a link on that page to the full report.