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Response to child poverty announcement
Imelda Redmond CBE responds to the government’s announcement that they will repe...
Thriving or Surviving inquiry launched
4Children have launched our new inquiry, Britain's Families: Thriving or Survivi...
4Children joining forces with Wandsworth council
Children will – from today – be joining forces with Wandsworth council to delive...
Working with parents to engage with maths in their children’s learning by Michele Barrett
Working with parents to engage with maths in their children’s learning by Fliss James
Maths mark making – what do practitioners need to know by Jacqui Hardie
Learn, Explore, Debate Event 2015 - Manchester
Learn, Explore, Debate Event 2015 - Northumberland
Media Digest 10 January 2012
10 January 2012
Government cuts widen child poverty gap
The Campaign to End Child Poverty’s annual report shows a widening gulf between youngsters in rural Tory and Lib Dem constituencies.
Nurseries and childminders face penalties ‘if children don’t feel loved’
Childminders will be judged on their ‘outcomes’ for children, the quality of provision in terms of supporting learning and development and helping children to feel emotionally secure; leadership and management and overall effectiveness.
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