YoungGeneration

Building resilience in schools

The powerful stories of how injured veterans tackled adversity are helping children to cope with the pressures of lockdown during the COVID-19 crisis....

Play your part on Armed Forces Day

Educational Charity Never Such Innocence (NSI) is inviting children of currently serving soldiers and veterans to utilise the creative arts to have th...

Special surprise for aspiring soldier

Young Noah Clarke-Roberts was hoping for a reply to a letter he wrote to his local army unit saying he wanted to join when he grows up after studying ...

Stepping up

A GROUP of more than 30 army youngsters got the chance to live and breathe the outdoors last summer, tackling exciting activities like abseiling, cano...

A little extra for Little Troopers

ACCORDING to government figures, there are more than 75,000 children in UK schools who have parents connected to the military. These children experien...

Material that matters

Your little ones can go through tricky times if they move home, are separated from their serving parent or even when they’re reunited after long perio...

Break’s boosting benefits

Designed to be exciting, challenging and fun, Poppy Adventure Breaks take place around the country for service kids. Last summer, community support de...

Ruby’s story

Part of AFF’s work this year is to focus on service youngsters – their voice and views of army family life. Nine-year-old Ruby Callaby has moved schoo...

Army kids

By Reece Stillie (12) Army kids have it tough. Lots of moves which is rough. A new home every two years. Saying bye to friends, lots of tears. Ne...