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Father's Day: Are modern dads 'Thriving or Surviving?'
This Father’s Day, we’re handing over to Dave, a working father of two who helpe...
Families must have access to high quality childcare that is free at the point of use
4Children response to the Public Accounts Committee report on free entitlement t...
4Children responds to Queen's Speech
Chief Executive of 4Children, Imelda Redmond CBE comments on today’s Queen’s Spe...
Smiles 4Children Pack
Delivering Health Priorities within the EYFS - Sue Robb OBE - 4Children
Eating Healthily in Early Years - Patricia Mucavele - Children's Food Trust
Learn Explore Debate July 2016 - Bristol
Learn Explore Debate July 2016 - Leeds
Learn Explore Debate July 2016 - London
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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