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A Government-backed campaign aims to help parents with weaning and tackle widespread myths about the signs a baby is ready to try their first solid foods.

The RSPH published a new report, Moving the Needle, last month, which explored attitudes to vaccinations in the UK

The idea that children are visual, auditory or kinaesthetic learners is ‘completely unhelpful’ for learning, a leading brain expert said at the Nursery World show today.

Universal early years services continue to bear the brunt of cuts to public health services, with no targeted help for children and families in poverty, children’s doctors warn today.

Parents should restrict children's screen time, as report claims that by the age of eight the average child will have spent a year sitting in front of a screen.

A leading charity is calling on the Government to introduce a national register of children with cerebral palsy to improve their care and education.

The number of children in private and voluntary nurseries with special educational needs has risen dramatically, an analysis of Government figures shows.

A group of cross-party MPs have accused the Government of failing to address the growing problem of food insecurity in the UK, which they say is particularly affecting children.

New early years resources have been launched to help children cut their intake of sugary food and drink.

Dee Coleman, Principal Officer, Early Years, explains what Ofsted does and does not require for accident notifications and mobile phones