Stories for adults to use with children aged 2-7

Story for children aged 2-3 (Opens as a Word Document)

Story for children aged 4-7 (Opens as a Word Document)

Both of these stories will help you to:

  • explain to a child why we want to hear their views
  • collect their responses, with clear prompts

Sending the responses back to us

You can send by:

  • Email to:
  • Post to: Children’s Commissioner for Wales, Llewellyn House, Harbourside Business Park, Harbourside Road, Port Talbot, SA13 1SB

What we’ll do with your answers

Your answers will help us to understand children’s lives and experiences.

This will help us to tell the Welsh Government what they need to do to make children’s lives better.

Next year, we’ll publish a work plan based on our survey responses. This will show the work we’ll do as an office to influence positive changes for children.

About the Children’s Commissioner

Rocio Cifuentes is the Children’s Commissioner for Wales.

Our office promotes and protects children’s rights in Wales. All children under the age of 18 have rights under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Our office is independent, and not a part of the Welsh Government.

We work for every child in Wales who is:

  • Up to the age of 18
  • Up to the age of 21 if they’ve been in care, or 25 if they’ve been in care and are still in education

If you need advice

We have a free and independent advice service. You can contact us if you feel that your child:

  • has been treated unfairly
  • isn’t getting their rights