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New family-friendly rooms in police stations have supported thousands of traumatised children to give better evidence in abuse cases, according to the Metropolitan Police.

Nurseries can now have more assurance about the standards and quality of groups running activities thanks to a new sector accreditation.

Managers of a pre-school stripped of its Outstanding status after reported failings with mobile phone safeguarding claim that they had a formal policy with which parents were happy.

Dr Jayne Osgood has written to Malcolm Turnbull, the prime minister of Australia, to protest against plans to deport babies and young children held in detention. The letter has been signed by 112 early years academics.

Information-sharing between organisations is at the core of multi-agency working. In the second instalment of this series, Hannah Crown looks at the issues than can arise among practitioners

A generation of children are being empowered to speak out against abuse, the NSPCC has claimed.

Nursery workers worried about abuse in their settings can call a new national whistleblowing helpline so that ‘nothing stands in the way’ of opportunities to protect children.

A previously outstanding nursery has been downgraded to inadequate after staff photographed children on their mobiles and sent the pictures to parents.

Experts and settings reveal how the values are being taught in theory and in practice. By Charlotte Goddard

What must settings do to comply with the Prevent duty to protect children from extremism? Charlotte Goddard investigates