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The London Assembly has called for all the capital’s schools to be sugar-free by 2022.

New research conducted by the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) as part of BNF Healthy Eating Week has revealed that 32 per cent of primary school children reported sleeping less than nine hours on the previous night.

Early Education is undertaking research which it hopes will shine a light on the day-to-day impact of poverty on the work of early years settings, informing local and national policy.

The Department for Education has released new resources aimed at encouraging less well-off parents to use 30-hour childcare.

Sure Start children’s centres significantly reduced hospitalisations for children in poorer neighbourhoods and saved the NHS millions of pounds, new research has found.

A giant baby descended on London for an outdoor theatre event about parents with learning disabilities.

The Government is being urged to reverse the benefits freeze and two-child limit in a new report, which suggests ministers are in denial about the proliferation of extreme poverty in the UK.

The End Child Poverty coalition is calling on the Government to develop effective child poverty reduction strategies, as research shows more than half of children in some constituencies are living in poverty.

De Montfort University students have urged Leicester to invest in the future of local children as part of their end of year event.

Deaf children face isolation and loneliness as more than half of British adults do not feel confident talking to them, according to new figures.