English adults are mostly supportive of new curriculum requirements including content on LGBT families, as well as lesbian, gay, and bisexual relationships and gender identity
Over half of children between 8 and 15 who attend school are scared they’ll contract coronavirus as they go back after nearly half a year at home
Close to half of parents think it would be unfair to fine those who don’t send their children to school because of the pandemic
Plurality of key workers also say they can’t fully do their jobs while social distancing
Large numbers of degree-educated Brits end up working in a different field, but a majority still say university was worthwhile
Systems that allow players to spend real money for randomised in-game rewards should be subject to gambling rules, say Brits
Two thirds of parents who are home schooling children during the coronavirus lockdown are struggling to maintain discipline and motivation
YouGov asks more than 800 teachers about the impact of coronavirus
Most have to wait until age twelve to get their own computer or laptop however
Most mothers across 17 countries and regions say they can – except in Britain
Women and men still experience the impact of parenthood on their careers differently, with far fewer men saying it has held them back
Britons and healthcare workers say unvaccinated children shouldn’t be allowed to attend state school - but that parents shouldn’t necessarily face fines for failing to protect their children
Quarter of students say their rent alone greatly exceeds their student loan – leaving nothing for living expenses
One in eleven childless Britons are concerned about overpopulation, and similar numbers are put off raising a family by the cost and impact on their lifestyle
Mothercare has revealed that it’s going into administration, 58 years after it was founded. Unsuccessful efforts were made to find a buyer but some 2,500 UK jobs are now on the line.
And only 13% of children with parents who post photos of them online are routinely asked for permission
YouGov reveals at what point Britons think children should be given various freedoms
YouGov analysis of what matters to employers and employees.
Prince Harry seems to believe that people should have no more than two children. Larger families, he implies, are incompatible with sustaining the planet as a place where human beings can go on living.
Recent school and university leavers report popping potentially dangerous pills typically prescribed for concentration problems to help them revise for exams