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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.

How a giant mouth taught children and parents about oral hygiene. By Annette Rawstrone

Nurseries in the most polluted parts of the capital will test new air filtration systems in audits designed to cut children's exposure to toxic air.

The chief medical officer has written a letter to early years practitioners seeking their help in raising awareness of the childhood flu immunisation programme.

The Soil Association is calling on the Government to provide free healthy lunches for disadvantaged children as part of the 30 hours.

With a quarter of the workforce considering leaving the profession due to stress, Karen Faux talks to some of the settings that are proactively taking steps to improve staff mental health, well-being and sense of belonging

Rosendale Primary School in Lambeth has taken part in a project encouraging children to move more and be more active by embracing technology.

New research suggests that children who are exposed to air pollution from vehicles during their first year have an increased risk of becoming obese.

Parents are calling on the Government to release funding for ‘emergency measures’ to clean up illegal levels of air pollution near nurseries and schools.

Delivering his Autumn Budget 2018 yesterday, the Chancellor announced more money for Universal Credit, children’s social care and the NHS, but nothing for the early years sector.