Mental health and school closures ‘biggest concerns’ of children’s homes during lockdown

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, October 6, 2020

School closures, mental health issues and a ban on visits for family and friends were the main issues affecting children’s homes during lockdown, a new report by Ofsted shows.

Amanda Spielman: children must not be defined as ‘the Covid generation’. Picture: Ofsted
Amanda Spielman: children must not be defined as ‘the Covid generation’. Picture: Ofsted

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