When we talk about brand activism in today’s online world, what comes to mind? Perhaps, like me, you picture those wars waged from the virtual frontline of social media: mile-long posts on CEOs’ LinkedIn feeds; beautifully produced films with e ...

Like most events, this year’s Financial Education Forum made the most of technology by taking place virtually. On the 23rd of February, Young Money once again provided a platform for organisations and individuals with an interest in financial ed ...

November 2020 saw the sixth event in our ‘Education Matters’ series. Our latest event provided a stark insight into the impact of COVID-19 on education and a rallying cry for brands to pledge their support for young people at risk of becoming left behind.

It’s a question that politicians, educators and parents have agonised over in recent months: what do children need after so much time away from school? We spoke to one primary school trust which is determined to do things differently this autumn; Lisa Worgan of Victoria Academies Trust explains in this blog how her team have created a curriculum that puts student experience and wellbeing at the centre of learning.

John Coleman is a psychologist with a long-standing interest in young people. He has written extensively about adolescent development, having worked in schools, universities and in research centres. His current interests are support for parents of teenagers, and the teenage brain. During lockdown he has been writing blogs and running workshops for parents and for professionals about the situation and how it may affect teenagers and their families. John kindly ran a workshop for us on this subject, so we asked him if he’d be happy to share some of his fascinating insight on our blog channel.

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