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A plan of action commissioned by the Government last year to improve the quality and take-up of school meals has been published today.

According to figures from Public Health Wales, 28 per cent of Reception class children in Wales are overweight or obese.

The charity run by the bakery chain Greggs has just opened its 12th breakfast club this year.

Fifty-five per cent of school support staff have seen an increase this year in the number of children relying on breakfast clubs, finds new research.

Nearly a third of primary school children think that cheese comes from plants and nearly one in five believe fish fingers come from chicken.

As a British Medical Association report on children and health reveals how UK outcomes are falling behind other developed nations, Sir Al Aynsley-Green calls on the sector to respond at a local level in order to drive change on a national scale.

A new report from Oxfam and Church Action on Poverty warns that Britain faces a hidden scandal where thousands of people cannot feed themselves or their families.

The Free Time Consortium, a collective of local voluntary play organisations, has been awarded a grant of 900,000 to support local play projects.

Parents who share a bed with their breastfed baby increase the risk of sudden infant death syndrome five-fold, warns a new study, the largest analysis of its kind.

The UK is failing its most vulnerable children and any improvements in tackling child poverty are in danger of being eroded by Government welfare policies, doctors' leaders have warned.