Maternity Leave – what it means to me.

Maternity Leave. For me that has meant 8 months off work to look after our new cherub. I didn't take a gap year like many peers in my younger years, so Maternity Leave for me felt like my chance for that ‘gap’, a new life experience away from the 9 to 5. But now into...

Our Counselling Service trebles over the last three years

The counselling service here at Children North East has been running since 2014 and is funded through Newcastle Gateshead NHS, the Northumbria Police Crime Commissioner and Players of People’s Postcode Lottery. The service’s main base is from our young people’s...

Make a Difference this Christmas

Make a Difference this Christmas

Throughout 2016/2017, you made a difference to 20,885 children and young people and 245 families. At this time of year, when disadvantaged children and families are missing out, we hope you will be able to make a difference once again. Our ask this year is simple -...

You are invited to An Inspiring Afternoon

You are invited to An Inspiring Afternoon

Thursday 16th November 2017 from 3.30pm Biscuit Factory, Stoddart Street, Newcastle upon Tyne *Key Note Speaker announced - Sarah Glendinning, Regional Director of CBI* We would like to invite you to join us this year for our Inspiring Afternoon with a seasonal twist...

Great North Run

Great North Run

❤ Thank you to each and every one of you who made up our Team CNE in 2017 - you are all amazing ❤ Did you know you can beat the rush for the ballot for the 2018 entry by signing up with us to run?  The full details are below for both the Mini/Junior Great North Run...

Meet Eve…

Two of our projects - Poverty Proofing the School Day and PEN - have come together to produce a video to highlight the many difficulties disadvantaged pupils face throughout the school day. Meet...

Whoops! launches new volunteer programme

Whoops! launches new volunteer programme

A new project is to be launched in Newcastle supporting families (with children under 5 years) in the most disadvantaged wards of the City to improve their home safety. The WHOOPS! Home Safety Volunteer project, run by us and funded by Newcastle City Council and...

Poverty Proofing Conference

Poverty Proofing Conference: Tackling Poverty and Inequality in our Schools Thursday 25th January 2018  9:30am – 3:30pm Manchester Hall, 36 Bridge Street M3 3BT   Currently 4 million children in this country are living in poverty and it is predicted that this...

Youngsters flourish during packed summer programme

Youngsters flourish during packed summer programme

Our WEYES service has had a packed summer programme to support our young people throughout the summer holidays. The project, runs afternoon and evening groups throughout the year and developed its summer programme to create enriching experiences for disadvantaged...

Our new award for our work with children and young people!

Our new award for our work with children and young people!

We are very happy to have been awarded an Investing in Children Membership Award™ by Newcastle City Council for the range of services we deliver throughout Newcastle. Jeremy Cripps, Chief Executive, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded Investing in Children...