This week BPS boys took part in The Big Ask. This is a nationwide survey organised by the new children’s commissioner, Rachel de Souza. The Big Ask is a survey for children and young people aged 4–17 in England. It gave the boys the chance to have their say on the things that matter to them. They were asked questions about their lives, hopes for the future, ways to improve childhood, as well as things that may be worrying them. All of the information is going to be collated and sent to the Houses of Parliament so that they can gain a clear understanding of the needs of children around the UK. BPS boys came up with some wonderful feedback about their lives, and some great ideas for improving the future. Fingers crossed that some of these make it to Prime Ministers Question Time!
A big well done to all of you for taking the time to share your thoughts and feelings in such a mature and positive way!