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Unearth Hidden Treasure this Summer

·         cottages4you launches search for Britain’s top beaches for beachcombing·         Partnership with Marine Conservation Society to help preserve the nation’s coastline ·         Chance to win fantastic cottage holiday
(07-07-2009)

Half price flights for children under the age of 12 years from Gulf Air

From now until 27 July 2009, families booking with children will get 50% off the adult ticket price, on all its services from London Heathrow.  
(06-07-2009)

Nursery nurses fight back over pay cuts

Nursery nurses in Devon are stepping up their campaign against changes to their pay and conditions, which will see their pay slashed by 30 per cent from 1 September.
(06-07-2009)

Ballroom dancing to be taught in schools

The green light has been given for offering ballroom and Latin dance lessons to all schools to improve fitness levels and reduce obesity.
(03-07-2009)

Get children cooking this summer with new picnic recipe book

Picnics can be much more than just soggy sandwiches and convenience foods, Children, Schools and Families Secretary Ed Balls said recently, as he joined a group of primary school children to prepare recipes from a new picnic cookbook for children and parents to use over the summer.
(02-07-2009)

Swine flu could affect 33% of NI

A third of the population in Northern Ireland could be infected with swine flu in the autumn, the health minister has predicted.
(02-07-2009)

Children's groups call on CAP to protect kids from 'junk food' advertising

The Children's Society, NCB and the Children's Food Campaign are among the organisations that have called upon the Committee of Advertising Practice to change its code of practice so that 'all children are properly protected from junk food advertising'.
(01-07-2009)

Parents blind to sight damage in the sun

Parents who insist on sunscreen are doing nothing to protect children’s eyes
(30-06-2009)

Only one in three chooses healthy school meal

The Scottish Government's flagship policy to introduce healthy school meals appears to be foundering, after new figures show that the uptake by pupils has slumped to an all-time low.
(30-06-2009)

'Under-trained' support staff giving children medication

Teaching assistants and school support staff are being asked to carry out complex medical procedures having had only basic first aid training, public services union Unison has claimed.
(29-06-2009)

4,000 Suffolk kids vow to get fit

4,000 Suffolk youngsters have signed up for challenges to make them the fittest in the country.
(26-06-2009)

Pupils selling sweets could be excluded

Staff at the St Anselm’s College discovered that some entrepreneurial teenagers were selling fizzy drinks and a selection of treats to other students in the school yard and on the bus.
(25-06-2009)

Government childcare policy failing children say experts

Leading early childhood experts have warned that a focus on 'outcomes' in Government childcare policy is failing to put the interests of children first.
(25-06-2009)

Revolutionary Infection Control Service for Day-Nurseries at The Childcare and Nursery Show

Are you worried about how infection will affect your staff, children and business?
(25-06-2009)

Next children's laureate is Anthony Browne

The sixth Children's Laureate is illustrator and author Anthony Browne. He has written more than 40 books, which often feature gorillas and chimpanzees, using surreal touches and ingenious visual puns.
(19-06-2009)


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