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The latest advice from chief medical officers about screen time for children is welcome, says Sally Goddard Blythe.
Dee Coleman, Principal Officer, Early Years, explains what Ofsted does and does not require for accident notifications and mobile phones
With estimates stating that 11 cases of Female Genital Mutilation are reported daily in the UK, Angie Marriott FGM expert, and consultant at The Training Hub, explains why training for early years professionals is essential in order to protect children.
Sarah Fillingham shares her nursery group's approach to mental health and well-being
Introducing healthy well-being habits early on could be game-changing, says Jennie Johnson
Healthy eating is a theme that runs through this issue of Nursery World, and this will continue to be of prime importance whatever the colour and shape of the Government that will be in place by the time you read this.
It may sound strange, but we know very little about children’s physical activity (PA) in daycare and nurseries. How physically active are children really? What instigates PA?
The childhood obesity plan has been served as a very lukewarm dish, says Liz Roberts
Linda Cregan, chief executive of Children's Food Trust, says the Childhood Obesity Plan is a missed opportunity for the UK to lead the way
Professor Frank Kelly is based at King’s College London’s MRC-PHE (Medical Research Council-Public Health England) Centre for Environment and Health. A recent Swedish study has linked air pollution with mental illness in children.
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