Our kids in crisis
A new UNICEF survey shows children in the UK and US fare worse than those in any other country in the developed world. Supernanny launches a survey
to find out where we’re going wrong…
Where are we going wrong?
A shocking new survey by the United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF, has found children in the UK and US are poorer, have worse relationships with their family and peers and are more likely to use alcohol and drugs than kids in any other rich country in the world.
The results are devastating. Overall, the UK is the worst place to grow up in the developed world. And American children fare little better.
Like all parents, the Supernanny website is alarmed by the findings. Where did we go wrong?
To find out, we’re launching an international parenting survey on the Supernanny website. We’re asking you, as parents, to tell us what you’re thinking. What are your parenting issues? What do you fear? And most importantly, what can we do to help our nations’ children?
The Supernanny survey is the only one of its kind in the world, and the results will be sent to media agencies in the UK and USA.
The Supernanny parenting survey can be found here.