Last week (13th-19th May 2019) was National Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme this year was Body Image. A very powerful week of national support and campaigns, and locally our Young Reporters team worked hard to put together an exciting booklet of their thoughts and feelings on the issues involved. Read on to find out more and to access the booklet they produced.
Police time is critical. It is something that shouldn’t ever be wasted or taken for granted. But frustratingly, this is the case. Too much of the police time is taken up and wasted by the public, whether it be deliberately or not, it’s happening; and you need to be aware. Read this week’s article by our Young Reporter Rachel.
Charlotte, one of our Young Reporters, shares her thoughts about homelessness and challenges us all to think differently. Read her story.
Cheerleading has taken over England in the last decade becoming one of the fastest growing and supportive sports there is. But you might not know a lot about it. Let Alex, one of our Young Reporters, tell you all about it.
At a meeting on 19th February our current Young Reporters and Peer Mentors welcomed the new recruits who will be writing for the coming months and thanked the outgoing Young Reporters for their hard work and interesting articles over the last four months. Read on for the whole article about this transition and to be introduced to our new young reporters
In this article, Kirsty from the IGNITE team explains the origins of International Womens Day, what the day is all about and reminds us of the event on the day that VANEL are leading in Grimsby. Read on for this interesting story.