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Children dressed as witches, skeletons and vampires get more sweets on Halloween than those in Freddie Krueger or Scream outfits, according to a survey of 2,000 adults by George at Asda, reported in the Daily Telegraph, which said that people's generosity is heavily influenced by the quality of costumes on children turning up at their door.

Children at Early Years Childcare in Hove, Sussex added the artistic touch to the nurseries' Harvest festival celebrations.

More than 1,000 staff at Action for Children are being balloted over possible strike action following a pay freeze and proposed changes to the charity's redundancy policy.

One in six parents in the UK say they have gone without a meal so that they can put food on the table for their family, according to new research.


1. First providers of new EYPS revealed 2. Sector raises concerns about revised EYFS 3. Full coverage of Nursery World awards 2011 4. Guide to revised EYFS part 2: observation and planning 5. EYPS: Full list of eight training providers now named ...

Louise Casey, who previously advised Tony Blair on anti-social behaviour, has been appointed by Prime Minister David Cameron to head up a new unit set up by his office to help 120,000 'troubled' families.

The number of children living in poverty in the UK is set to rise dramatically by 600,000 by 2013, according to the Institute of Fiscal Studies.

See what nurseries across the country have been doing.

A 'Star Wars' fanatic added Ewoks to family photos using Photoshop to convince his five-year-old daughter they were real, reported the Daily Mail.

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