Children’s commissioner warns 120,000 teenagers at risk of ‘falling off the radar’

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Tens of thousands of England’s teenagers are at risk of “falling off the radar” of schools and local authority children’s services as the country eases out of lockdown, the children’s commissioner for England has warned.

Children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield warns of a 'lost generation'. Picture: Office of the children's commissioner for England
Children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield warns of a 'lost generation'. Picture: Office of the children's commissioner for England

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