Every Child Matters

UK Government initiative Every Child Matters was established in 2003 to meet the welfare needs of children and young adults under the age of 19.

It is supported by the Children's Act 2004.

The overall goal is that irrespective of social background or individual circumstances, every child should:

Be Healthy
Stay Safe
Enjoy and Achieve
Make a Positive Contribution
Achieve Economic Well-Being


Each objective above has its own detailed goal framework, requiring multi-agency partnerships to deliver success.

Areas of focus include Youth Justice; Education, Training and Employment; Parents, Carers and Families; Early Years and Child Care; Culture, Sport and Play; Children's and Young People's Health; Youth Matters; Social Care, Welfare and Protection.

You can learn more about Every Child Matters on the Department of Education website.

Related pages: Schools Yorkshire including schools in Leeds and Bradford, West Yorkshire.
Secondary Schools Greater Manchester including Salford and City of Manchester.

The Education and Training UK website.

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