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Members of a unique yoga community joined together for the first international conference on a pioneering yoga method for children with special educational needs.

Early Years Scotland has opened a new family visitor centre at HMP Low Moss.

New Scottish guidance recommends that breastfed children from birth are given a daily supplement of vitamin D.

Only a fraction of the numbers of parents forecast have registered for Tax-Free Childcare, meaning that Government will spend 90 per cent less on the scheme than planned.

Supporting parents to get involved in their child’s learning has a positive impact on their home learning environment, academics say.

The future of Buckinghamshire’s 35 children’s centres hangs in the balance as the council considers replacing them with nine ‘Early Help bases'.

As part of a redesign of services for children and families, Warwickshire County Council is closing 25 of its 39 children’s centres in a bid to save £1.1 million.

Parents in England are facing a ‘postcode lottery’ for 30-hour places as new data shows huge variations in the number of codes validated per local authority, says the Pre-school Learning Alliance.

Action for Children has joined with the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness to launch a campaign to encourage isolated and lonely parents and children to connect with others.

A survey of parents has revealed that over a fifth who are unemployed want to work but can't because childcare is 'prohibitively expensive'.