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A group of childhood campaigners are calling for an immediate end to all adverts aimed at young children so they can grow up free from the pressures of consumerism.

The economic incentives offered to encourage mothers to return to work ignore the parent's crucial role in the early years, Sally Goddard Blythe believes

Alison Garnham, Chief Executive, Child Poverty Action Group

Almost half of education staff believe that without a breakfast club pupils who use them wouldn't have any food before lessons, according to a survey by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL).

The number of Sure Start Centres in Portsmouth will be cut to save up to 1 million in 2013/14.

The Old Station Nursery's Henley-on-Thames setting will reduce the cost of childcare from April, which could mean a saving for parents with a child on a part-time place of up to 2,730 a year.

Montessori St Nicholas has withdrawn from running free parenting classes a year early, frustrated by bureaucracy and low take-up.

At the same time as the Government announced the names of the organisations chosen to oversee the next round of CANparent classes, an evaluation of the scheme has revealed that just two per cent of parents in the pilot areas signed up for the parenting classes.

Dr Katherine Runswick-Cole outlines the main proposals in the Children and Families Bill for increasing the number of children being adopted and for reducing delays

Every year the Whitechapel Gallery in London invites a contemporary artist to create new work for the Children's Art Commission.