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Austerity measures are having a knock-on effect on the provision of mental health services around the UK. Gabriella Jozwiak investigates what this means for those in need of support.
Disadvantaged children who attend a nursery attached to a primary could be given priority over a place at the school, under Government proposals.
More than £82m has been cut from children’s centre budgets, according to figures from public sector union Unison.
Sam Gyimah, the new parliamentary under secretary of state for education, has been given responsibility for childcare and early years.
Nuffield Professor of Child Health at University College London and chair of the UK Academy of Medical...
Dr Simpson has led a two-year study, supported by a British Academy research grant, exploring early...
Lynne Murray is author of a new book, The Psychology of Babies: how relationships support development...
17 July 2014
‘Early childhood education and care = a panacea in a world of social crises’ was a key theme of a lecture given earlier this week by Mathias Urban, professor of early childhood at the University of Roehampton....
05 June 2014
Nursery nurse Jennifer Jakeman, from Birmingham, wrote to Nursery World looking for a pattern for babies’ crocheted shoes, which was printed in the magazine in December 1975.