Open letter to Boris Johnson: Priority COVID-19 vaccinations for early years workers

8th January 2021

2nd February 2021 - Update on our open letter to the Prime Minister … read more

More say ‘no’ than ‘yes’ to Covid vaccines

8th December 2020

• Scepticism from parents as 43% would decline to vaccinate themselves … read more

Phased return to Ofsted inspections

4th December 2020

Posted on behalf of Ofsted … read more

Lucky mother of IVF baby wins a newborn nanny in Valentine’s baby competition after giving birth exactly 9 months after Valentine's Day

30th November 2020

Back in early February 2020, we launched an initiative to offer a free newborn nanny to any member of our parenting community who could prove that their child was born on the 20th November 2020, exactly 9 months (40 weeks) after Valentine’s Day. … read more

Rebuilding Children's Confidence during Covid-19

5th November 2020

By Ashley Costin for News … read more

Some of the things we have achieved so far during the Covid-19 pandemic

27th October 2020 are committed to supporting all childcare providers and parents through this pandemic and beyond We thought it might be useful to look at a quick round-up of what we have achieved so far: … read more

Memory & mental arithmetic top list of tutors’ concerns following return to school

15th October 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in children being absent from school for one of the longest durations in modern history, and so it’s no surprise that certain elements of a child’s education and development have been disrupted. … read more

A COVID Christmas: One in five Brits will break rule of six on Christmas day if it’s enforced

1st October 2020

2020 has been a year like no other, and the fact that the end of it is in sight is a relief for many. Last week we heard from the Prime Minister on how the UK is going to continue tackling the pandemic, however, one thing that was not discussed was Christmas. … read more

How safe is school? UK parents & pupils share their thoughts

16th September 2020

Whether children would return to school this September was very hit and miss for a while, however now they have, we wanted to find out your opinions on how the last week has been and whether you and your children are comfortable with the measures schools have put in place. … read more

Lockdown Limits: ‘YouTube accent’ and social skills top list of nursery and school concerns as kids head back to the classroom

3rd September 2020

Being in lockdown has affected all of us in multiple different ways, however for young children their learning development has been impacted more than anything. With schools, childcare setting and extracurricular activities all closed, not only has a child’s physical learning been impacted but the learning they develop by interacting with peers too. … read more