Charter for Children and Young People
The Hon John Gardner MP, Minister for Education, officially launched the Charter for Children and Young People on 9 June 2021 at the Adelaide Zoo with 108 children and young people. After formally thanking those who wrote post cards to him in 2019, the Minister officially unveiled the Charter.
Children and young people discussed what the 20 Charter conditions mean to them and advised how the Charter could be used in the future. Their ideas were captured in the What We Heard – Summary Report.
CYP ‘Stat’ of the week
Did you know?
36.4% of the surveyed young people, 15 to 19 years, were extremely or very concerned about mental health (see Mission Australia Youth Survey Report 2020)
Investment to improve early child development welcomed
The Council applauds this week’s State Budget announcement to invest $50.1 million to enable the new Early Learning Strategy. Learn more >
How are they faring?
How are they faring? South Australia’s 2020 Report Card shows that most young South Australians under 18 years are faring well. Most are healthy, safe from abuse, neglect and crime, have supportive early learning and development experiences, and are gaining skills for independent living and civil engagement.
Engagement in education and the workforce is a dashboard report that visually displays data on the levels of enrolment and involvement of young South Australians (15-19 years) in school, accredited training courses, higher education and the workforce. Learn more >