Spring Statement fails to recognise reality for families

Children England's response to the Chancellor's Spring Statement, 2019Read 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 schoolsRead 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 CareRead 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 2018Read more

More than 120 national organisations accuse Government of ‘ignoring children’

Children England is part of an unprecedented coalition of children’s organisations call on Government to put children and young people at the heart of its spending decisions.Read more

"We must be able to speak truth to power"

Joint letter calling on government to end anti-advocacy clausesRead more

Withdraw 'myth buster' on children's social care

Joint letter from children's organisations urging the Minister to withdraw recent guidance that threatens to undermine safeguardsRead more

A Civil Society Strategy that empowers, enables and supports

A collective letter from VCS infrastructure bodies as the government consults on its Civil Society StrategyRead more

The State of the State: What future for public services?

Reports from Children England's 75th anniversary debate at the Free Word Centre on February 8th 2018.Read more