Blogging our way through life!

We know that many of you like to take pictures of plants, animals and wildlife for your blogs. So here’s a way to develop your photography skills and perhaps even win a sought-after prize. The Royal Horticultural Society is calling on children and garden enthusiasts of all ages to enter the RHS photography competition. You […]

bookbug week

There’s a treat on the way for young readers in Scotland, as Bookbug Week prepares to launch and celebrate children’s books in Scotland. Bookbug Week 2016 will take place between 16 and 22 May, with hundreds of free story, song and rhyme events for families held across the country. The theme this year is Bookbug […]


  You might have seen news stories and references to the fact that this week Tuesday 9th February has been designated Safer Internet Day. But now that the date has passed, what happens next? What can we do to contribute to a safer internet all year round? Here at KBC we believe that discussions about keeping […]

read on get on

  International children’s rights charity Save the Children are aiming to turn October half term into a joyful celebration of reading with their Read On Get On campaign and a UK-wide tour Kicking off during half term school holidays in Westfield Stratford, London, on 27th October and later appearing in Cardiff, Manchester and Edinburgh, Save […]


Team Honk is about bloggers raising money and awareness for Comic Relief. To celebrate International Women’s Day today, a group of bloggers from Team Honk are currently in Tanzania. The bloggers are finding out how donations to Sport Relief last year have created female entrepreneurs and #lastingchange for women, their families and communities and beyond. They’ve […]

relate art competition

Here’s an activity to keep you busy in half term – and you might win some cool prizes for your family too. Relate, the UK’s leading relationship support charity, is calling on young artists to draw or paint their favourite family moments. There are some great family-friendly prizes up for grabs and the winners will […]


Great news for all Kid Bloggers – KidsBlogClub has been short-listed as a finalist in the 2013 TalkTalk Digital Hero Awards. These awards recognise people who use technology to bring about positive social change. There are some brilliant finalists and we are honoured to be in their company. KBC is all about promoting children’s literacy and […]

Do you use technology to make a difference or help others? Or perhaps you know someone who does? The TalkTalk Digital Heroes Awards is a countrywide scheme recognising people who harness technology to bring about positive social change. The judging panel is led by Martha Lane Fox, co-founder of It is a charity initiative funding digital do-gooders […]

stephen-fry-school visit

Stephen Fry has visited a school in London to support a free children’s reading festival coming to the capital soon. Fry visited Jubilee School in Tulse Hill, London to participate in a reading of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone with the pupils.     The Get Reading festival for children and their families takes place in Trafalgar Square on […]

WWF - teach cliamte change campaign

  Do you ever wish you could have a say in what you get taught in the classroom? Now WWF (World Wildlife Fund) are asking you to do just that. In the UK, the government’s education secretary, Michael Gove, has proposed to take climate studies out of the National Curriculum. WWF strongly oppose this decision and […]

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