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An early intervention programme called Parents as First Teachers is improving parent-child interactions, the home environment and, as a result, child outcomes, writes Annette Rawstrone

Parents and Children Together (PACT), a new parent-delivered teaching programme, has led to gains in children’s early language and reading skills. Kelly Burgoyne, Rachel Gardner, Helen Whiteley and Charles Hulme report on the project

An evaluation of the 30-hour pilot areas concludes there is 'no specific reason' to believe that the policy will not be a success.

A poll of 1,000 parents by Grandparents Plus has found that one in four parents would give up work without help from grandparents with childcare.

Community intervention programme MEND is helping families to be more positive about healthy eating and exercise. Caroline Vollans sees the programme in action in Westminster

New research suggest that early years settings, schools and healthcare providers need to work harder to support the ongoing needs of children who are born prematurely.

What do childcare providers need to know when it comes to helping parents with the 30-hours computer application system? Hannah Crown tries to plug the gaps

Tips for encouraging children’s inquisitiveness, by Penny Tassoni

A programme in which schools provide food and support to families in need during the summer holidays has been expanded, following a pilot of the scheme.

Fathers who play with their babies when they are just a few months old contribute to their early development.

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