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This Bill makes provision for state-maintained schools to promote the mental health and well-being of their pupils alongside academic attainment.

This Bill sets out to reform the Universal Credit application process, paving the way for routine split payments of Universal Credit in an attempt to protect women from financial abuse.

Children at Coram’s Fields Nursery in Russell Square, London made a card for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to congratulate them on the birth of their new baby, His Royal Highness Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge, on 23 April.

At Great Wood Farm Early Years Centre at Boothby Pagnell near Grantham, under-twos have been introduced to outdoor sleeping.

On 25 April, Bright Little Stars Nursery celebrated its fifth anniversary with a reception and afternoon tea at the House of Lords, bringing together a range of figures in the early years sector.

Selly Oak Nursery School in Birmingham is celebrating an Outstanding grading for the fourth time in a row.

While children at Springfield Nursery in Barnstaple were out investigating their bug hotel they found a small frog.

Children at The Cosy Cottage childminding setting in West Sussex have adopted two orphan lambs from the on-site farm.

Staff at Cambridge Day Nursery decided to celebrate the setting’s 40th birthday by doing 40 hours of non-stop CPR in aid of the British Heart Foundation and Millie’s Trust.

Children at Bright Horizons’ Asquith Barley Barn Enfield Day Nursery have been taking part in a number of gardening activities as part of the organisation’s Green Gardeners enhancement.

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