If you've ever been caught by a scam – and let's face it, it can happen to the best of us – then it's a good idea to sign up for the Which? Scam Alert Service, writes Anne Coates.
As the government announces the road plan out of lockdown, former teacher Prof Helena Gillespie, from UEA’s School of Education and Lifelong Learning, says that education recovery should focus on children’s wellbeing, not on "catching up".
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) is offering a large number of free Shakespeare-related resources to students currently learning at home, and to teachers looking to create lesson plans to deliver online.
BBC Radio: Homeschool History is returning for a second series earlier than anticipated to help parents across the UK with home-schooling.
Have you ever wondered about becoming a foster carer and dismissed the idea as you thought you wouldn't be a suitable candidate? Think again. The National Fostering Group has launched nationwide "Campaign by Kids" to dispel myths about fostering.
As the opportunities for women to reach out and access support are so limited, every woman needs to know this number – 0808 2000 247 and understand they can call us for help 24/7, 365 days of the year. Can you help us get the message out? It might save a woman’s life.
A new patented nasal spray, called Taffix, has been found in laboratory and human studies to block the Sars-CoV-2 virus (coronavirus) for up to five hours, adding to our armoury of defences against COVID-19. This product in no way replaces the masks and hand-washing but adds to our defences against the virus.
Marwell Zoo will reopen on Wednesday 2 December and its Chief Executive has urged families to support their vital conservation work by visiting the Hampshire wildlife park this Christmas.
Lidl has revealed its new "Teaming up to Tackle Hunger" scheme which will make it easier for customers to donate directly to their local community – and the retailer will match every donation made.
The BBC will today launch BBC Bitesize on the CBBC channel as it continues to offer children access to curriculum based education in these challenging times.
When lockdown put an end to award-winning children's author Christina Gabbitas' planned events and visits to schools, she felt she needed to organise something positive. Using her connections from her charity Children’s Literature Festivals, she set up a competition for children and their teachers to submit poems about life during the pandemic. Lockdown Life is the result.
Every year the Toy Retailers Association announces what they think will be the most sought after toys and consumers are advised to buy early to avoid disappointment. The DreamToys list is the UK’s most authoritative predictive list of what will be hot this Christmas. Selected by a panel of retailers and industry experts, the list is independent of toy manufacturers and makers.