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Children will suffer from cuts in mental health services, says Robin Balbernie.

A trip to Thailand to redevelop an orphanage for children affected by HIV and AIDS has proved a life-changing experience for two nursery staff from the BUPA-owned nursery chain Teddies.

One in ten families with a disabled child have had their fuel cut off in winter, while two-thirds struggle to pay their winter fuel bills, according to Contact a Family.

Children are finding it harder to grow out of common food allergies, according to new research from the United States.

Play programmes are to benefit from 67.5m in grants from the Big Lottery Fund under the 124m Children's Play initiative.

A Manchester children's centre has begun an innovative movement education group that helps develop early literacy skills in under-threes.

Playground singing games of the past and present from a school where they were first recorded in the 1960s are to form a new archive, thanks to a lottery-funded grant.

Wales' education minister Jane Hutt got her hands dirty to launch the Welsh Assembly Government's guidance helping teachers and pupils make the most of the environment.

During National Adoption Week, we launched NCH Black Families, an innovative adoption service set up to find safe and loving homes for children from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities across the UK.