Dispatches from The Ministry
We've been in the news. And we probably will be again. Read here what the press have been saying about us - and what we say to the press.
Do you have the manner of an owl, big listening ears and the planning acumen of a Queen Bee? The Ministry of Stories is looking for a Chief Technology Advisor to help us plan and manage our overall technology initiatives.
News Alert from the Minister for Monster Relations: It seems, unfortunately, that Spring has arrived. The days are getting longer, and the sun is out, the painful the sounds of birdsong, human laughter and children playing are unavoidable.
A group of primary school children from Hackney took over the state dining room at 10 Downing Street to host a creative ‘cabinet meeting’ last week.
A series of stunning poems about the plants, animals and landscape of St Mary’s Secret Garden is set to be unveiled this weekend.
Hannah Fricker is taking on an amazing challenge to raise money for MoS and 826 LA ..
Q. So what’s the challenge, Hannah? A. I’m running the London Marathon!
Are you thinking about launching your own creative project or organisation that inspires young people in your local area? Interested in learning more about how the Ministry of Stories works?
CBeebies Radio launches a new audio series written with the help of the Ministry of Stories this week. The premise of the series is to convince the Chief of the Ministry (voiced by Women’s Hour presenter Jenni Murray) that children can create fantastic stories.
Dead Ends follows the stories of Andrew, a young man trying to put his troubled past behind him; his mother, Lou, who has a dark family secret to guard and the hapless Chloe, a local girl who has fallen in love with a man that she can’t have.