For many of us, the Coronation of King Charles III will be the first time we will witness an heir to the throne being crowned. In what has been code-named, ‘Operation Golden Orb’, plans for the much- anticipated coronation weekend are certainly in full swing! From street parties and bigRead More →

Thousands more low-income families will benefit from free school age childcare as part of a £15 million investment to help tackle child poverty. Existing services for eligible families in areas of Dundee, Clackmannanshire, Glasgow and Inverclyde will be expanded, with new services set up in other communities across Scotland. LocalRead More →

Mother’s Day, or Mothering Sunday is a day to celebrate our own mothers, ourselves as mothers, motherhood, maternal bonds and the influence of mothers on our lives. Whether we were raised by our biological mothers, step-mums, grandmothers, a relative or friend, hopefully we all have someone in our lives whoRead More →

Pancake Tuesday is tomorrow (21 February) and we wanted to share this play on the average pancake. If you’re pressed for time and can’t manage to make individual pancakes for the whole family then try this Sheet Pancake recipe. Our editor, Elizabeth, recently made a chocolate chip version and canRead More →

Financial fear getting in the way of having some half-term fun this week? If the answer is ‘yes’, then you’ve come to the right page – Scotland4kids’ Laura Barr, has put together a list of superb ideas to have family fun and create memories without breaking the bank. From cosyRead More →

This week’s (6-12 February) marks Children’s Mental Health Week and to mark it the NSPCC  has offered advice for children and adults who may need help connecting with each other. Darren Worth, Service Head of Childline said: “At Childline, we know that mental health is something that thousands of childrenRead More →

Budget sets out £4.85 billion investment in Education and Skills. A range of measures to help children, parents and carers with costs around school have been set out in the Scottish Government’s budget. These include expansion of free school meals in primary schools, holiday food provision and investment to ensureRead More →