Prevention - the most important word in our name
Find out more about why our work with young people is so important
A Surprise Visit
Children taking part in an RSPCA session get hands on experience of the RSPCA's work
Good News For Young Birmingham Animal Lovers
RSPCA Birmingham Education are offering fun, free educational workshops for children in Key Stage 1.
A Message From Fireman Sam
Fireman Sam helps teach young children about the dangers of leaving dogs in cars during hot weather.
Young animal lover wins RSPCA Honour award
Kindhearted schoolgirl from Stockport wins RSPCA Honour in the Young Person category for her efforts in fundraising.
RSPCA Young Photographers Awards 2018 - Entries now open!
Do you have any budding photographers in your class? We're looking for striking and quirky photos of animals, taken on a mobile phone or camera to enter our annual competition.
Compassionate Class inspires a generation of animal lovers
We're urging schools to sign-up to a new education scheme created to teach KS2 children about animal welfare.
Animal Action Days for looked after children
Children in Newport learn about the needs of animals in a fun interative workshop with an RSPCA inspector.
RSPCA urging the public to #loverats
RSPCA urging the public to #loverats as the charity reveals it’s taking in more rodents than ever.
University students lead litter heroes project!
Local university students run a project in Birmingham to help young people understand the impact litter has on wildlife.