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4Children responds to IFS report
Chief Executive of 4Children, Anne Longfield OBE responds to today's IFS report ...
Youth worker becomes regional volunteering ambassador
An Airplay youth worker who used to attend sessions as a member has been made a ...
Response to Government announcement on Early Years Pupil Premium
More than one million has been given to the first local authorities to pilot the...
Local Authority case study byHannah Needham
The role of Children’s Centres in early help by Diana Weston
Supporting parents through early help by Hannah Postgate
Learn Explore Debate Event 2015 - Manchester
Community Childcare and Early Learning Hubs Seminar 2015 - Manchester
Learn Explore Debate Event 2015 - Leeds
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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