Bright Spots literature reviews

What is written about the things that make looked-after children happy

Bright Spots logo showing children discussing their care experience​Coram Voice and the University of Bristol have published two literature reviews supporting the aims of the Bright Spots project.

  • Children and Young People's Views on Being in Care looks at existing research on children and young people’s experiences of being care and highlights their voices on positive and adverse aspects of that journey. To read this review click here.
  • Measuring Well-being looks at UK and international approaches to measuring the concept of wellbeing and, in particular, the wellbeing of looked after children. To read this review click here.

These literature reviews helped inform our Your Life, Your Care survey. The survey measures looked-after children's wellbeing and the quality of their care experience.

Find out more about the Your Life, Your Care survey