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As the Six Nations draws to a close this weekend, with the much-anticipated final clash between England and Wales, a new generation of young children are learning how to play the game at Rugbytots.

Huge numbers of children living below the poverty line do not qualify for free school meals according to research by The Children's Society.

Dr Lynne McKenna, principal lecturer and Dr Joan Goss, senior lecturer at Northumbria University.

Eureka! The National Children's Museum in Halifax, West Yorkshire opens a new 2.9m health and body-themed gallery on 29 March that uses play and interactive displays to teach children about their bodies.

Childcare is now 77 per cent more expensive in real terms than it was ten years ago, according to the latest Annual Childcare Costs Survey.

A new study shows that reading the same books to children over and over again helps them to retain new words.

The trial of a new programme to support children aged between six months and five-years-old at risk of recurring abuse has received more than 1m in lottery funding.

Denise Burke, director of social enterprise United for All Ages, called on the Government yesterday to introduce an online account for all parents to pay for registered childcare.

Childcare Champions, a campaign website, has launched three weeks before the Budget when a major Government announcement is expected on childcare funding.

More than four out of ten professionals who work with children have given food to a child in the last two years because they were worried they were not getting enough to eat, finds a new survey.