Updated: 13/02/18 : 07:50:48
A report card will be issued this morning, rating how well the Government's commitments to children have been delivered.
The Children's Rights Alliance will call for more action on issues such as child homelessness and access to high-quality childcare services.
The government will get a grade from A to F depending on its performance in each area.
Tanya Ward is Chief Executive of the Children's Rights Alliance, she says this year's report card is going to look at areas of child homelessness, health measures effecting children and also childminding services.
She said: "There is some good news in this year's report card, more in the case of education and services for LGBT children.