Why we love messy Christingle
How do dozens of children building Christingles make for a messy, fun way to learn about the meaning of Christmas?
Walking from France and running in Berlin
This week marks the 20th anniversary of Le Walk, an event that raised £2m and was the first time since the ice age that humans walked from France to England
Making sense of this week's response about support for unaccompanied children
While the government is committed to safeguarding unaccompanied migrant children, this week’s report is ambiguous as to what this means in practice
How do you keep children safe online?
Don't miss the highlights from our Twitter chat with online behaviour expert Ellen Ferguson in support of Safer Internet Day
Advent: Seeing the signs
A reflection on the importance of patience and concentration required to see what matters
For too many families a move into work is not a move out of poverty
Use our graph to see how the levels of children in working families relate to the number of young people in poverty
The right to private and family life protects vulnerable children too
As the home secretary spoke of a new immigration bill, she focused on the 'right to respect for private and family life', which matters to us all
Famous, Rich and Hungry shows that poverty exists
The recent BBC One series' expert - and our Director of Strategy and Policy - explains that the series was about more than exposing celebs to poverty
Thank you for helping me change my life
My name is Imogen and four years ago I was referred to a programme run by The Children’s Society in Lancashire.