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“Now is the time for everyone to stop non-essential contact with others and to stop all unnecessary travel” – I was out bowling with my youth... More

These are strange times. I saw a tweet recently that described the feeling of simultaneously under and overreacting to what’s going on, and how... More

Us adults have been talking about home-schooling a lot, and for good reason. It's important our children still have access to education, even... More

Throughout history, the Church has been consistently changing and adapting the way it communicates the unchanging message of God's grace. Even... More

Many parents will be forced to work from home and look after their children after the government shut schools as part of measures taken to combat... More

As the first week of home schooling comes to an end, parents up and down the country can congratulate themselves for getting to Friday afternoon.... More

I consider myself quite a solitary person – I'm no raging introvert, but I do prefer to be in my own company. More often than not, you’ll find... More

I am a support worker for young carers aged five to 18 who look after their disabled, ill or addicted family members. It’s my job to ensure they... More

At Youth and Children's Work magazine, we talk a lot about young people - but during this strange and difficult season, it's important that parents... More

I am a mum, a new youth, children's and families worker at a parish church in Doncaster, a worried daughter, concerned neighbour and out of my... More