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Do parents stand a chance of doing the right thing for their children when Government and business seem intent on ruining their future?

The latest advice from chief medical officers about screen time for children is welcome, says Sally Goddard Blythe.

We need an affordable and much simpler childcare support system, backed by employers, that helps all parents and carers into work

Sir Al Aynsley-Green argues that our approach to early years comes at a huge economic cost to individuals and society

Are more four-year-olds really starting Reception without being toilet trained, asks Alison Featherbe, and where does the fault lie?

We need a shift in the mindset of employers in the UK, so that flexible working is seen as the norm, not the exception, argues Sarah Jackson

We’re hearing more and more about the role grandparents are playing in children’s lives, but many are also full-time carers for their children, says Lucy Peake

Cuts to services are not the only reason children are not 'ready' for school, says Sally Goddard-Blythe.

It's clear that nurseries and childminders benefit the majority of children, regardless of background,says Professor Edward Melhuish, lead author of the latest SEED research

Ahead of Father's Day, one Dad Jeremy Clarke, leader of E-Learning at Montessori Centre International, reflects on how the Montessori approach has an impact on his own family life.