We are looking for new trustees

Member CEOs can stand for, and vote for, new board positions Read more

What makes our sector strong must not come at the expense of any individual's wellbeing

Children England comments on ACEVO and CMH's report In Plain Sight: Workplace bullying in charities and the implications for leadership Read more

An authentic vision of the voluntary sector's importance in bringing about social justice

Children England responds to the Labour Party's civil society strategy Read more

A noble vision of inclusive schools but an inconsistent approach to achieving them

Children England responds to the Timpson review of school exclusions Read more

Cross Party MPs say Treasury must invest at least £3.1 billion more in children’s services

Children England responds to the report of the Committee on Housing, Communities and Local Government on the funding of local authorities' children's services Read more

Comprehensive voluntary sector safeguarding resources to be developed by new expert partnership

Unprecedented level of expertise as 13 national umbrella bodies and organisations join forces to help facilitate safeguarding improvement Read more

Spring Statement fails to recognise reality for families

Children England's response to the Chancellor's Spring Statement, 2019 Read more

No school should be deemed successful if that success depends on pushing a child out

Children England responds to Children's Commissioner's report on increase in 'off-rolling' by schools Read more

Welcome clarity on children's social care pressures, but obsession with local variations is a distraction

Children England responds to the NAO report Pressures on Children's Social Care Read more

The Chancellor has created a budget for a different society – one in which austerity never happened.

Children England's response to the Chancellor's autumn budget 2018 Read more