Do you agree that 700,000 children in poverty should receive free school meals?
The new School Food Plan recognises that 700k children from low income working families miss free school meals - we need to make sure they get those meals12 Jul 2013
Introducing Teagan Seeley, Digital Intern
Teagan has been a big part of our digital team for the past several weeks - here, she shares her experiences and time in London so far10 Jul 2013
‘I was very excited when I heard that I was the recipient of the Lois Preston Award’
Kim, a volunteer with our LEAP programme in Leeds, explains how she came to win a new award and what it means to her10 Jul 2013
'They've never had it so good'? The reality of child poverty
This month, Nick Harding reflects on child poverty in our country, where more than 3 million children live in poverty9 Jul 2013
University sport - Why does it matter?
We're attending the British University & College Sport conference to meet students and share our new collection of sporting challenges8 Jul 2013
'The community pulls together to raise money for The Children’s Society'
As Ailsa and Sarah take the reins from our longstanding representatives, Ailsa explains how their community gets involved4 Jun 2013
Our alternative Queen's speech
In advance of the Queen opening the new session of parliament, our policy team shares points that will help children and families3 May 2013
From the archives: Christmas photos from the 1950s
The manager of our archives presents a handful of heartwarming Christmas images21 Dec 2012
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'17 Oct 2012
Isn't an internship supposed to feel like work?
Our intern Lauren signs off with a recap of a meeting at ITV, the inspiring people she has met and one last cup of tea.5 May 2012
We need to support disabled children’s mobility
For many disabled young people, mobility support means being able to lead a full life. We can't eliminate the benefit, explains policy adviser Liz Lovell.19 Oct 2011