Children Information Centre is a nationwide publisher of informative, educational material based around the issues affecting the lives and development of at-risk and vulnerable children across the UK.


Our carefully curated publications are created by industry leaders in safeguarding and child welfare in line with the Government’s curriculum and guidelines to ensure maximum impact with students and help support their welfare

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WHY HELP ?

There are a number of reasons why we work to tackle the issues affecting young and vulnerable groups

SCHOOL FUNDING

It is no secret that some schools have been struggling with funds which can ultimately affect a child's education.

With schools experiencing 80% less money than the in 2015, we help provide education and services to schools struggling with funds in the poorest of communities.

EDUCATION STARTS AT HOME

Many parents find that when they ask what their child did at school today they are given the answer "nothing". Our informative books are designed to help generate conversations with families at home, where children feel safe and secure and are more likely to digest information and bring up topics with loved ones that young individuals may have questions about.

SCHOOL ISN'T FOR ALL CHILDREN

Not every young person is built for school life. Some may find alternate provisions, whilst some may struggle through the education system with no other avenue. Many times this is not a reflection on a child, but rather something affecting them personally. We work closely with schools and students nationwide to guarantee that our booklets are packed full of information to make sure they educate on topics that some may be missing or not connecting with when at school.

SKILLS AND ABILITY

Children learn at different paces and have different ways they take in information. Some students are like sponges and take in information faster than others. Whilst some students may learn slower than their peers. Informative booklets and educational resources give children of all levels something to take home and build upon, developing confidence at school and potentially helping those that struggle learn faster.

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