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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.

In the run-up to the general election, our columnist Natalie Perera has some advice for the next Prime Minister.

Caroline Flint, who set up the first cross-party group for childcare, and was one of 101 Labour women MPs elected 20 years ago next month, reflects on the dramatic changes to early years policy since 1997.

Natalie Perera looks at the detail behind the Government's much-quoted £6 billion childcare spending figure

Parenting programmes, as evidenced by the recent Social Mobility Commission report, give parents vital skills and confidence, says Tom Rahilly of Save the Children

Relaxing ratios isn't the answer to cheaper childcare, says Liz Bayram.

Every day, individuals, schools and companies contact Refugee Action to ask how they can volunteer, donate and campaign to improve the lives of refugees living in Britain.

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