It’s less than a week before children across England are due to return to school. With the government steadfast in insisting they will all go back, what are teachers feeling … Continue reading Teaching Tier 4 – should kids go back to school?
A courageous little girl who fought back after losing all her limbs to meningitis is to feature in a children’s storybook designed to provide comfort this Christmas. Seven-year-old Harmonie-Rose Allen, … Continue reading Brave seven-year-old girl who survived meningitis features in calming Christmas storybook for children
Down’s Syndrome is often far from a life-limiting condition: is Emmerdale perpetuating archaic attitudes and setting back disability advocacy with its upcoming Down’s Syndrome storyline?
Helpline provides therapeutic support, a live web chat facility, and a lifeline to communities struggling to deal with issues such as sickness and bereavement, rising hate crime and loss of support … Continue reading BARNARDO’S Offers HELPLINE For ASIAN AND BLACK FAMILIES Impacted By COVID-19 Ahead Of New England-wide Lockdown
Launching tomorrow, UK’s first helpline offering lifeline to communities hardest hit by the pandemic An urgently needed helpline supporting vulnerable Black, Asian and minority ethnic children and families, who have been … Continue reading BARNARDO’S Launches UK’s First HELPLINE Supporting Vulnerable BLACK, ASIAN AND MINORITY ETHNIC CHILDREN AND FAMILIES Impacted By COVID-19
Barnardo’s working with BAME-led groups to explore how to improve outcomes and life opportunities for BAME children and young people The UK’s largest children’s charity, Barnardo’s, is working with a wide range of BAME-led … Continue reading BARNARDO’s Brings Together Charities and Community Organisations To Improve Outcomes For BAME Children
As parents across England and Wales prepare their children for a return to school that will look so different to such a large proportion of attendees, so many of us … Continue reading Disabled children: inhumane treatment under the blanket of Coronavirus
See, Hear, Respond set up to support those who have become vulnerable throughout the coronavirus pandemic More than a million parents1 believe their child could benefit from professional help in the wake … Continue reading Kids In Crisis Over COVID
£7.27m to provide digital and face-to-face support for Children impacted by coronavirus Coalition of charities to work across the country to identify Children most at risk Children’s Minister: We must … Continue reading £7Million For New Coalition Of Vulnerable Children’s Charities
Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Wolverhampton has donated a generous £5,550 to the UK’s longest children’s charity, Barnardo’s, to mark the 550th anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the … Continue reading Wolverhampton Gurdwara celebrates Guru Nanak’s 550th anniversary with £5,550 donation to Barnardo’s
A new Barnardo’s report Generation Digital, urges the Government to introduce new legislation to help protect children online now and in the future Letters and Post-it notes will be replaced … Continue reading Body implants and holograms are the future of communication, a new online survey for Barnardo’s reveals
Four out of five children know a friend who has experienced a form of bullying, a recent YouGov survey reveals Difficult classwork, moving schools and being bullied are the top … Continue reading Survey reveals children’s top back to school anxieties