Sort by Date | Relevance

Search results for

Articles: 182 results Filter results »

Low-income families in 2015 will have to find over 60 per cent more of their own money to pay for childcare compared with 2006, according to new research.

Parents of two-year-olds in England are being asked for their views on the development check, due to be introduced for children between two-and-a-half and three.

The University of East Anglia Nursery team has been chosen as the winner of the Shine a Light Communication Friendly Award for early years.

Eight in ten Sure Start children's centres in the most deprived areas of the country are outstanding or good, the latest statistics for Ofsted inspections show.

The National Day Nurseries Association is working with the University of Oxford to carry out a practice-based research project to indentify the innovative ways settings engage with families.

A 40-year-old community centre in North London is one of the winners of a new awards scheme that aims to highlight successful projects that bring the young and old together.

All children would be offered the flu vaccination in the form of nose drops, if plans being considered are given the go ahead.

Families are increasingly providing financial and practical support such as childminding to help friends make ends meet, according to a new report.

The British Medical Association is calling for a ban on smoking in cars to protect children and vulnerable individuals from second hand smoke.

Four out of ten parents with children under five have felt at 'breaking point' because of the stress and strains of family life, according to a new survey.