Alfred Enoch, Ben Willbond, John Heffernan and Eliza Butterworth are among the stars taking part in a gala event at London’s Criterion Theatre on 27 November, celebrating young people’s new creative interpretations of Shakespeare.
Coram will be joining the debate around one of the UK’s biggest policy challenges – delivering high-quality, affordable childcare for all children and families – in events taking place at this year’s Conservative and Labour Party annual conferences in October.
Today (26 September), Coram celebrates the 50th anniversary of its reading volunteer programme, Coram Beanstalk, with the publication of a new report, ‘50 Years of Reading Results’, setting out the impact for children over the decades.
As families gear up for the school summer holidays, Coram Family and Childcare’s 18th annual Holiday Childcare Survey published today reveals significant gaps in the availability of holiday childcare in England, with drops across all categories of provision over the last year.
This June, Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation (CSSF) will take part in The Childhood Trust's 'Champions for Children' campaign, which will see all donations to the charity between 6 and 20 June doubled.