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Low take-up of free entitlement in poor areas blamed on lack of information

www.grub4life.com today reports that children living in deprived areas are less likely to use the free entitlement than those from well-off areas, according to a new study. 
(10-12-2010)

Sure Start Local Programmes study finds benefits for families

www.grub4life.com today reports that children living in areas with Sure Start Local Programmes (SSLP) are less likely to be overweight and have better physical health than children in other areas, according to new research. 
(09-12-2010)

One in 20 pregnant women is dangerously obese

www.grub4life.com today reports that around 5% of all pregnant women in the UK - more than 38,000 - are severely obese, putting them and their babies at risk, according to a new study.   
(09-12-2010)

Half of Europeans are overweight

www.gdaguru.com today reports that over half of adults and one in seven children living in the European Union countries are now overweight or obese according to a report.   
(08-12-2010)

Obesity risk from cuts to school sports funding

www.grub4life.com today reports that cuts to funding for school sports risk undermining efforts to combat obesity, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has warned. 
(08-12-2010)

Code of Practice interpreted differently among local authorities

www.grub4life.com today reports that local authorities are applying varying interpretations of the Code of Practice - the rules covering the 15-hour free entitlement - in different areas, according to reports from Montessori settings. 
(07-12-2010)

New report on the Millenium generation of UK children

www.grub4life.com today reports the publication of a new report based on a study of more than 11,000 children born in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland between 2000 and 2002.   
(07-12-2010)

Montessori can lead way to education re-think, says neurologist

www.grub4life.com today reports that Montessori teaching shows the way forward for educators in the 21st century and 'School 2.0', according to a leading neuropsychologist. 
(06-12-2010)

Parenting not income key to tackling inequality

www.grub4life.com today reports that instead of increasing benefits for children, ministers should put the money into improving parenting skills, the government's poverty czar has said. 
(06-12-2010)

Cigarettes may be sold in plain packets

www.gdaguru.com today reports that cigarettes may be sold in plain packaging or hidden from sight under-the-counter in shops, under measures to stop children taking up the habit, ministers said. 
(05-12-2010)

One in five pregnant women 'failed by NHS' during labour

www.grub4life.com today reports that women giving birth in NHS hospitals are still being failed with one in five left alone and many sent home without support, a major report has found. 
(04-12-2010)

CWDC plans to retain support role

www.grub4life.com today reports that the Children's Workforce Development Council plans to continue as a sector skills body despite its loss of Government funding. 
(03-12-2010)

Children should be given flu jab

www.grub4life.com today reports that toddlers in Britain should be vaccinated against flu, researchers have said, as a new study shows it protects seven in ten children. 
(03-12-2010)

Childcare in deprived areas is worse than anywhere else, says Ofsted

www.grub4life.com today reports that the gap in quality of early years and childcare provision in deprived areas has worsened over the past year, according to Ofsted's annual report. 
(02-12-2010)

Children will be given shopping vouchers for walking to school

www.grub4life.com today reports that children will be given shopping vouchers for walking to school under a radical Government plan to combat obesity. 
(02-12-2010)


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