Anti-Bullying Week is an annual event in the UK that aims to raise awareness about the bullying of children and young people and highlights ways of preventing and responding to it. Today (Monday, 13 November) marks the start of anti-bullying week co-ordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. This year’s theme MakeRead More →

‘Tis the season where cities, towns and villages across Northern Ireland begin their Christmas Tree Light Switch-ons and we are here for it! Local councils have already confirmed dates and times for their festive community glow-ups and you can find all the details for your area in our helpful twinklyRead More →

If you’re planning on carving your pumpkin this Halloween, make sure that food waste isn’t on the agenda! Here, Mash Direct has just created two brand new recipes perfect for the Halloween period to use up those pumpkin extras and shared them below. Swamp Gnocchi Kicking off with a spine-tingling recipe:Read More →

How can therapy help with social media addiction? Are you becoming concerned with your child’s screen time habits? Perhaps you want to help them move away from being constantly distracted by the next notification but don’t know where to start? Here, Josie Edmunds, explores how seeking professional help with aRead More →

NEU (National Education Union), Europe’s largest trade union of educators and teachers have shared its views on the ‘rapid response report’ document, ‘The Consequences of the Cuts to Education for Children and Young People in Northern Ireland’ stating that the picture painted by it is “unremittingly bleak”. The document producedRead More →