Features

Degree in service

At the age of 18, Heidi Moss decided to join the Army straight from school. However, after six years’ service and having been identified as a potentia...

PGCE on posting

Laura Danieli, a teacher and Service spouse, spoke to Army&You about gaining qualifications whilst living overseas… HAVING qualified as a tea...

Aiming higher

When you see a framed photo of a graduate clutching their scroll and wearing a mortarboard and gown, do you wish you had a degree? There is no need to...

How we live

Earlier this year, AFF’s Big Survey received a record number of responses when we asked how you want to live as an Army family. The results will help ...

The summer of ’17

THE Trust's 19-day summer course is geared to personal development, focusing particularly on the transition into adulthood. In an ever-more competiti...

Teen travellers

An overseas posting can offer a whole host of new experiences. However, such a significant change in lifestyle can have a considerable effect on young...

Connecting with your baby

There is an expectation that after your soldier returns, life together will be perfect. But time away can put a strain on even the strongest relations...

Classroom commanders

CHARACTER is the latest buzzword in schools across the country. New government guidelines mean pupils should not only be taught maths and English but ...

Crossing continents

How long is your school run? Do you walk, drive or take the bus? How about crossing continents on an aeroplane? Some Service children regularly travel...

Overcoming challenges

Employment for Army family members is high on the agenda of the MOD, government and Service charities. There can be numerous barriers to finding a job...