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A committee of MPs has welcomed the overall direction of the Government's proposed legislation to reform provision for children with special educational needs (SEN), but warns that the draft legislation lacks significant detail, making it impossible to assess the impact of the proposals.

Mothers in the UK find childcare so expensive that for many there is no incentive to work full-time, a major international study has found.

A group of leading family charities have called for more support for teen fathers to enable them to play a bigger part in their children's lives.

Early years settings in one London borough will receive a 15 per cent cut to their funding next year to provide free early education places for disadvantaged two-year-olds.

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has called for vitamin D supplements to be made more widely available to children.

The survey of 2,000 parents commissioned by Lego Games reveals that more than seven out of ten UK parents let their children win to prevent tantrums.

A quarter of mothers now only play board games with their children twice a year because of their busy lifestyles, despite the majority recognising that they are educational, according to new research.

The UK's school system would rank higher in international league tables if the universal entitlement to free nursery places had been set up in the 1990s, new research suggests.

The Annual General Meeting is a good chance to reflect on the year and make plans for the future, say Nicola Bushell and Hayley Cannell, joint managers of Oakey Dokeys Pre-School in Essex.

Many parents may think they left mathematics at the school gate but, of course, it permeates every aspect of our day-to-day life, from cooking and checking bills to working out how long it will take us to reach home.