By now, it's likely our children and young people know the importance of washing their hands, and how to do it properly. But what does it mean... More

How are you finding life in lockdown? I feel like our country is split between those who are still getting up, going out and doing our jobs –... More

Holy Week often raises questions about suffering and death, and this feels even more poignant in light of the current Coronavirus crisis. We... More

At this tough time, it can be difficult enough for us adults to comprehend what's going on and our emotions surrounding it - let alone for our... More

We’re all stuck at home this Easter, with the thought of travelling, sightseeing and holidays all but a distant memory. Don’t despair! Travel... More

The last day of school leading up to these days of isolation was an emotional one. I did the school run with tears in my eyes as I contemplated... More

Coronavirus will no doubt have our children and young people asking questions. Will they ever go back to school? How long will they be cooped... More

The Coronavirus crisis has triggered many big questions from our little people. Ruth Jackson takes a look at the questions surrounding unanswered... More

“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


Premier Youth and Children’s Work has crossed over to the digital world We’re excited to announce that Premier Youth and Children’s...