Working with children and young people has its ups and downs. Ellie Hughes, founder of Riverbank Trust, reflects on her experience of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and considers what it has taught her about... More

Did you hear the one about the youth workers who took over a convent? Let me tell you a story. More

More than 10,000 children and young people across the UK skipped school in February in a planned protest against political apathy toward climate change... More

Greta Thunberg has become something of a heroine in the youth and children’s work world. The Swedish 16-year-old has organised strikes and protests around the world and challenged numerous world leaders... More

The first time I heard this question it stopped me in my tracks. I was doing a Q&A at REBOOT, a youth apologetics event run by the Zacharias Trust. We create a space where no question (about faith, life,... More

Suicide is the leading cause of death in young people.It kills more young people than cancer and car accidents.And the rates are rising.The Office of National Statistics released their latest report of... More

It’s almost that time again: the time when children and young people go back to school. And while many will think nothing of the start of a new academic year, there are some who will be anxious and uncertain... More

One of the most endearing and exhausting features of children is their questions. You know the sort of thing: “Why do I have two eyes if I only see one thing?” or “Why don’t you have enough hair?” This... More

In the last few weeks we have seen two high profile Christians publicly air their doubts about the Christian faith. Joshua Harris, author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye recently said in an Instagram post:... More

Results days for GCSEs and A Levels are fast approaching, and for young people and adults alike, they are days of great excitement, trepidation and challenge.Over the years I’ve always ensured that I’ve... More