"Why I'm backing Fair by Five" - Sally Smith, CEO of Peeple

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Monday 19 September 2016 / Early intervention, Public Affairs

Find out why the CEO of the charity Peeple is lending her support to Fair by Five.

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We've got to be bolder when it comes to children's mental health

Posted by Kate Maher /

Thursday 15 September 2016 / Care leavers, Children in care, Mental health

Assessing the Government's response to the Education Committee's inquiry.

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Children aren’t the only ones going back to school this month

Posted by Dan Breslin /

Wednesday 07 September 2016 / Early intervention, Inequality

Children, teachers and the EYFSP are all heading back to the classroom.

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A massage that could change your life

Posted by Sarah Hynes /

Friday 26 August 2016 / Children's centres, Early intervention

Baby massage and influencing government: both ways that Action for Children is helping to improve children’s development

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Staying in touch has never been so important

Posted by Dan Breslin /

Thursday 18 August 2016 / Early intervention

Amongst all the different ways parents can ask for help we need to make sure that health visitors remain an option.

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Exploring how neglect might interact with forms of sexual harm

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Friday 12 August 2016 / Child neglect, Safeguarding

Better understanding how neglect interacts with other forms of sexual harm will help improve prevention and intervention

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Letter from UK's leading children's charities

Tuesday 09 August 2016 / Government spending
Boy with hands on head on white backdrop

As the PM begins her leadership at a time of economic uncertainty, it is critical that children do not suffer.

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Cabinet reshuffle: what’s on the cards for Theresa May’s new government?

Posted by Amy Woodworth /

Monday 08 August 2016 / Public Affairs

Cabinet reshuffle: what’s on the cards for Theresa May’s new government?

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How can we know if a child in care is happy?

Posted by Kate Maher /

Wednesday 03 August 2016 / Care leavers, Children in care

We need a child-centred outcomes framework to promote children's emotional wellbeing and their recovery from trauma.

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