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I read the feature about giving Santa the sack ('The real thing?', 12 December) with great interest. I am a Montessori teacher in a multireligious/multicultural school and I think we put too much emphasis on Father Christmas. But then, we live in a society...

The Government is making progress in tackling child poverty but must make extra efforts to help the poorest families each year if it is to get anywhere near targets set for 2004. That is the blunt message from three reports published last week by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, all highlighting changes that have helped low-income families such as falling unemployment, better school results and improved housing conditions.

* I CAN, the national educational charity for children with speech and language difficulties, is offering more than 30 courses that can be delivered as workplace training. The courses include 'Setting the foundations for nursery-aged children with speech...

Twenty-six members of the Kinder Group's 'Five-year Staff Club', who between them have 226 years of service to the Maidstone-based nursery chain, celebrated with a supper and a visit to a performance of the musical 'Fame!' at Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre. The nursery chain, which has eight nurseries and five out-of-school clubs in Kent, said it put its high level of staff retention down to the fact that the average age of its staff is 30 and the settings' 'rewarding, family atmosphere'.

(Photograph) - Madeline Salt, age two-and-a-half, joined Father Christmas at London's Covent Garden on 7 December at the Great Christmas Pudding Race. The race, which is now in its 22nd year, aimed to raise more than 10,000 for the charity Cancer Research...

Movement promotes neurological development but our society smiles upon 'sitting still'. An extract from Hopping Home Backwards describes one way round the problem The fact that very few early years settings have a movement corner - a dedicated place for children to go when they choose to move - says a lot about how we think about movement and learning.

Drop-in centres for advice and information and affordable, accessible leisure facilities for all children were the two key requests when Children in Scotland asked, 'What do we want to ask the Parliament to do for children, young people and their families...

Sue Griffin explains the thinking behind the first-ever Quality Assurance scheme for individual childminders Launched in October, the National Childminding Association's (NCMA) quality assurance scheme, NCMA Quality First, is now well under way.

The Government last week described a six per cent spending rise a year over the next three years for education in England as 'investment and reform to education and skills on a scale unprecedented in a generation'. Education secretary Charles Clarke told...

With regard to the article 'Opportunities for all' by Marcia Tatham in the June 2002 edition of Training Today, the Commission for Racial Equality is writing to point out that the article contains misleading information for those in the private and voluntary...

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