Through young eyes
Young commissioners launch their report exposing the impact of poverty on school life
News roundup: Pot of gold, policy update, retail activity
News items from our programmes, policy and retail work
We will remember them
A look at what happened to the children who left our care 100 years ago, from boys who died in the First World War to the girls who worked as maids
Spreading the word
Our volunteer speakers are vital in supporting our work - for Dave Farris, it's a dream role
Why we support Tanni Grey-Thompson's Universal Credit inquiry
'The inquiry found that around 450,000 disabled people stand to lose out under Universal Credit - this includes 100,000 disabled children'
I knew how hard caring was for an adult, and I wanted to show people how hard it could be for a child
Author Anne Booth's new book Dog Ears features a young carer, and we spoke to her in recognition of this year's Young Carers Festival
'I really enjoyed my time at The Children's Society's headquarters'
Part of our intergenerational programme in Peckham, Mustafa shares his story of meeting our chief executive and others
'There is an assumption that poverty ends at school- but that’s not the case.'
This blog was written as part of The Children’s Commission on Poverty. The commission was led by sixteen children aged 10-19 to uncover the true cost of school life for those living in poverty, through young eyes.