Lockdown response: how services deliver vital support for children

Derren Hayes, Ella Doyle and Isabella McRae
Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Early years, education and youth work services are working hard to ensure children and young people can access learning and support amid the pandemic, but sector leaders worry financial pressures could lead to closures.

Teenage volunteers from charity Aik Saath – Together As One lend their support in the fight against the virus at a vaccination centre
Teenage volunteers from charity Aik Saath – Together As One lend their support in the fight against the virus at a vaccination centre

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