Blogging our way through life!

A UK TV series is looking to find Britain’s brainiest children – could it be you? Or do you know an extraordinary child who’d like to take part? Channel 4’s Child Genius is returning in 2015 for a third series to explore the extraordinary lives of gifted children and their families Production company Wall to […]


Spring is in the air and lots of fabulous new blogs have started popping up. Here’s a roundup of some of our favourites – check them out, leave a comment or two and show them your support: Project Indigo Doctor Who fan Tom is going on a journey through time and space and wants you […]

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 […]

    Today we heard about a group of children in the USA who have set up a kid’s advice blog – and they’d love some input from you. Their teacher Ms Ratliff writes: My name is Jessica, and I’m a fifth grade teacher from Sikeston, Missouri. This year, one of my students had the […]


There has been an enormous rise in children starting blogs over the last few years – so much so that traffic to this site has doubled in the last month. Why is blogging for children so popular now? What makes a tween or teen want to start writing their thoughts down online? Here are some […]


    A new story writing competition is giving Year 5 children aged 9-10 the chance to become published authors. But you’ve got to be quick because the closing date is 14th August. Children’s author and CBBC star Ciaran Murtagh and illustrator Lee Cosgrove have created characters and written the first chapter, and are now handing […]

computer kids

A survey of children aged 7 to 14 has found that they are more fluent than ever in tech-speak. The research by exam revision service Education Quizzes found that  90% of seven to 14-year-old children know that HTML stands for ‘HyperText Markup Language’, while 80% are aware that HTML tells web browsers how to display information […]

Cressida Cowell, author of How to Train Your Dragon

  Think you can write a story that’s good enough to impress the author of How to Train Your Dragon? Well here’s your chance as Cressida Cowell is judging this year’s National Young Writers’ Award. You could even win a trip to Disneyland and a huge stack of books for your school. And if you’re […]

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    The Daily Telegraph has featured some of the UK’s leading child bloggers – and Kids’ Blog Club got a mention too. The respected UK newspaper devoted 5 pages of its glossy Saturday magazine to what it called “the rapid rise of the junior bloggers”. The feature looks at why there’s been such a […]


    Fashion company Isossy Children is looking for bloggers to review their clothes – and they want to hear from you. Isossy Children specialise in global clothing for boys and girls aged 8-14. Their vibrantly coloured clothes, which are made in England, are designed to reflect a variety of international cultures. You can check […]

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