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A new programme in Oxfordshire is empowering early years practitioners to lead best practice across the county.

A new series of reports call for early intervention to be made a priority to prevent children as young as seven at risk of gang involvement and youth violence turning to crime.

The coalition of adopter champions will work alongside the Government to improve support for families at the start of their adoptive journey.

According to parents, the Government is not doing enough to help families, a new survey has found.

While more children are attending early years and childcare settings in Scotland, the number of services has decreased overall.

The Family and Childcare Trust is calling on the Government to invest the £535 million savings from delayed Tax-Free Childcare as capital funding, so that local authorities and providers can offer more flexible places.

Free school meals for all four- to seven-year-olds could be scrapped amid claims the scheme's funding is ‘eating into the core education budget’.

A year on from the introduction of new Special Educational Needs reforms, and parents of autistic children are still having to battle to get the right support, a charity warns.

Firefighters across England are working with councils to tackle childhood obesity and cut sudden infant deaths.

Barnardo’s is to take over the running of 14 children’s centres in the London borough of Brent.