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A new report reveals almost a third of parents on low-incomes have skipped a meal so that their children could eat during the summer holidays.
England's children’s commissioner is calling for a focus on early intervention and investment to cut poverty for pre-school children.
The Government’s two-year-old offer has closed the gap between the most disadvantaged and advantaged children taking-up early years education, a new report claims.
A new report calls for more children’s centres, particularly those in areas with ‘high concentrations’ of vulnerable families, to register births.
The existing measures and targets in the Child Poverty Act will be replaced with a new duty to report on worklessness and educational attainment.
Children’s education is being ‘held back’ by a lack of interest from parents, according to researchers.
Nurseries and schools across the country are to celebrate Father’s Story Week, the annual celebration of fatherhood, this week.
A new survey reveals that one in five parents did not do any research when deciding where to send their child to nursery.
Parents in Scotland have delivered a survey to the First Minister claiming that thousands of children are missing out on their free nursery place.
A new study suggests first-time fathers are being held back from raising their children.
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