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Sheryl Sayer is the shop manager at The Children’s Society store in Beccles, Suffolk, which sells the highest number of Christmas cards out of all of our shops, every year.
The Children's Society's statement on bringing children from the Calais refugee camp to the UK.
WHY Festival will feature Hidden, a ground-breaking exhibition about young carers, as part of its partnership with The Children’s Society.
Implementing a National Offer for care leavers through the Children and Social Work Bill.
We’re taking part in WHY? What’s Happening for the Young at Southbank Centre in October. Come and see us there.
Jessie J is best known for her own music and work on BBC’s The Voice. Here, she responds to our Good Childhood Report and joins our call to make mental health support available to young people at all schools.
A new bill is being debated in Parliament that with help protect children from the early exposure to online sexualised materials.
As a psychiatrist, I can’t help but be aware of the impact the current economic climate is having on our families and children – times are very tough for many people.
We are asking councils to make care leavers exempt from paying council tax up to the age of 25
Now the political dust has settled after party conferences we take a look back at The Children’s Society’s presence this year