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The University of Bristol and Nursery World are asking our readers about packed lunches – how many children are eating them, how healthy they are, and the effects of the 30 hours programme.

The Department for Education has announced an expansion of its breakfast club programme to support disadvantaged children.

New food guidelines for nurseries and childminders are due to be published by the Government.

A growing number of nurseries are signing up to receive free surplus food under a scheme to fight hunger and waste in the UK.

A programme in which schools provide food and support to families in need during the summer holidays has been expanded, following a pilot of the scheme.

The fifth annual Healthy Eating Week, organised by the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF), will take place from 12–16 June 2017.

A new report by the Health Select Committee calls for more robust action by the Government to tackle childhood obesity, including controlling the ‘deep discounting’ by supermarkets of unhealthy food and drink.

Parent-led co-operative nurseries could be an alternative to conventional settings for families in poor areas, according to the New Economics Foundation, which is setting up a pilot project to look at how this childcare model works.

A new study shows that diet has a significant impact on reading skills acquired during early school years.

The long-awaited strategy to tackle childhood obesity fails to acknowledge the critical early years, causing widespread disappointment among child health and early years experts.

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