Planned Pupil Premium change fails to include children living in low-income working families
The government has listened to us, but there is still work to do
To mark the launch of our Big Summer Do fundraising campaign, we asked the public to tell us their fondest childhood memory
The Children's Commission on Poverty wants evidence on the problems faced by children in poverty in our schools
To better support young carers,we are interviewing young carers and their families over the next several weeks
Poverty tsar warns child poverty strategy won't meet 2020 target-- our response
The measures announced in the Queen's Speech should have a greater focus on vulnerable chlidren
The Birmingham Commission for Children is inviting young people to give their views on how Birmingham children can be given a better start in life.
The Children’s Society is celebrating the 30th anniversary of Volunteers’ Week by promoting the many actions people can take to make a difference.