Articles: 8 results Filter results »
The early years sector must be prepared to stand up to critics.
The decision by the Department for Education to shelve the planned extension of free school meals has stunned us at Child Poverty Action Group.
Well before the LibDem/Conservative coalition shook the UK with its formation, another unlikely cross-party alliance started some fruitful work on early intervention.
Despite the achievement of the current UK Government in reducing child poverty levels during the first part of the last decade, and introducing fiscal programmes to help low-income families, child poverty levels are back on the increase.
Daycare Trust is the childcare voice for parents and children, and this election we are calling on all politicians to make it the top priority in the next parliament by signing up to our Childcare Charter.
Who should be running our schools?
The debate concerning the degree of legislation required for nursery settings seems to intensify as we approach elections.
Two Green Papers on families and relationships were published last week - Support for All by the Department for Children, Schools and Families, and Green Paper on the Family by the Conservatives' Centre for Social Justice.