Little Troopers in The Press
In the news
In print, online, on the radio, in podcast recordings and on the television, Little Troopers regularly features in the media talking about the unique experiences of military children and helping to shine a light on some of the challenges our little troopers face when growing up as a military child.
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In the Media
Every year, Little Troopers features in hundreds of press articles, helping us to raise awareness of how we support and celebrate military children. Here are some of our highlights from the last six months.
Two sisters from Wendover are completing a May Marathon fundraising challenge for Little Troopers.
Little Troopers has partnered with the Soldiers of Oxfordshire museum for a special exhibition about military children and their lives.
Lots of schools downloaded the Little Troopers MOTMC pack and took part in our activities.
During Fundraise February, Wendover C of E Primary School raised more than £500 by holding a pyjama day.
Louise explores how primary schools can better support service children in education.
Listen back to Louise’s interview with the teacher’s podcast and find out more about our Little Troopers at School programme.
We worked with ITV’s This Morning to help reunite two military families in time for Christmas.
In October we took our virtual schools workshop to primary schools in Wales in partnership with SSCE Cymru.
In September we launched a podcast series for military teens presented by Katie Thistleon and Thom Smith.
We spoke to the Teacher Toolkit blog about our top tips for supporting service children.
One of our fundraisers, Kiki, interviews her Grandad for the guardian and talks to him about life in the Royal Navy.
Awards for Little Troopers
Over the past seven years we have been very lucky that the work of Little Troopers and Louise Fetigan, our founder, has been recognised with various awards. These awards are so humbling and mean so much and best of all it raises awareness of Little Troopers and the challenges faced daily by the children of our British Armed Forces.
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