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Children’s charities are urging the Government to rule out further welfare cuts amid Brexit uncertainty, after it was revealed child poverty rose by 200,000 last year.

In the final part of our series on the Integrated Review, Kay Mathieson examines how it brings together parents, EY practitioners and health professionals to provide an in-depth view of progress

Identifying young children with special educational needs and disabilities has changed, but challenges remain. Charlotte Goddard reports

A ‘once in a generation’ opportunity for the Government to prevent disadvantaged children from becoming poor adults is not to be missed, Frank Field has said.

An early years coaching programme is rolling out nationally after a huge leap in outcomes was recorded among a pilot group of children.

The ‘epidemic’ requires a mix of early intervention and later support services, finds Charlotte Goddard

National sight loss and disability charity SeeAbility is calling for a national sight test programme for disabled children.

In recent years, multi-agency working has become formalised. Hannah Crown looks beyond the early years to what we can learn from national models, such as MASHs and A Better Start

Chief executive of the National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS)

In the final part of this series, Mary Dickins explores the evidence showing how poverty affects well-being