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Sasha, a work experience student, talks about what it was like to spend two weeks completing her work experience with us.
Children plan and lead our annual Over the Rainbow event, dedicated to highlighting children’s accomplishments
Low asylum support levels - how will the Chancellor respond in this year’s budget?
On Mothering Sunday, author Cathy Westby celebrates many forms of family.
Our Street Safe project in Lancashire, funded by Comic Relief, supports children at risk of sexual exploitation and those who have run away
The Children's Society responds to Ofsted's state of the nation report on children's social care
Today, Lorna talks about the challenges she has faced during Lent and what she has done to keep herself on track.
Over Lent we’re offering weekly suggestions for prayer, action and reflection on the gospel passages.
The 'industrial scale' sexual exploitation of children in England is in the news again. A review into serious failings in Oxfordshire found that at least 373 children were sexually abused and let down by the professionals there to protect them.
There needs to be a seismic shift in attitudes to make sure that all children, and particularly older teenagers, are seen and treated as children, not simply young adults