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Transforming children’s life chances was a heated topic for debate by a panel of MPs on the same day David Cameron handed the baton of his flagship policy to Theresa May.
A study of the effects of sleep training has reignited the debate over the controversial method.
A ‘once in a generation’ opportunity for the Government to prevent disadvantaged children from becoming poor adults is not to be missed, Frank Field has said.
Weaning with vegetables before fruit gives babies the best chance of enjoying the green stuff as they grow up, researchers have found.
A series of events are planned across the country during the UK’s first national Infant Mental Health Awareness Week.
Researchers are hoping they have put anxieties over baby sleep training to bed for good – after a study found the controversial method has no impact on stress hormones or bonding.
Most local authorities have found difficulties in implementing the Integrated Review – but solutions do exist, reports Charlotte Goddard
An innovative baby room of kaleidoscopic projections and light boxes is back by popular demand for the Imaginate Festival in Edinburgh this May.
New research, due at the end of the month, will examine the success of a programme aimed at giving early years practitioners a better understanding of how babies and toddlers’ language and literacy develops.
Nearly three-quarters of the most disadvantaged two-year-olds are receiving 15 hours of free childcare after a nationwide push, government figures suggest.
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