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May 21st

Disadvantaged three- and four-year-olds losing out on good quality nursery provision

Private and voluntary (not-for-profit) nurseries and preschools catering for disadvantaged areas and children are lower quality than those serving more advantaged areas and children, according to research undertaken by the University of Oxford and published by the Nuffield Foundation.

May 15th

Parenting interventions can improve children's conduct and literacy

A new study shows that parenting interventions can be successful in improving children's conduct and literacy both in the short and longer term.

May 1st

Family Drug and Alcohol Court more effective than ordinary care proceedings in treating parental substance misuse and reuniting families

A new approach to care proceedings that tackles the substance misuse of parents has been successful in reducing the number of children taken into care and enabling more families to remain together safely.