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Early Years groupTHE IMPACT OF CHURCH-BASED PARENT AND TODDLER GROUPS
There has been a large amount of academic and social policy research concluding that the single most important factor influencing a child’s intellectual and social development is the quality of parenting and care they receive and the quality of the home more ...
Andy Biggs, Miles Jarvis, Andrew McWilliam, Rachel
Cover EY Progress update 300IMPACT RESEARCH - EARLY YEARS PROGRESS UPDATE
Between July and September 2014, the Jubilee+ Impact Research Group undertook a national survey to identify the scale and nature of the impacts that Church-based early years projects are having in the UK. more ...
Impact Research team
Family BreakdownFAMILY BREAKDOWN IS NOT INEVITABLE
A new report from the Centre for Social Justice ‘Fully Committed?’ presents research on families and the effects of family breakdown. It also makes several recommendations to policy makers to strengthen existing initiatives and create new policy. more ...
Geoff Knott
Blog 0614 Breadline KidsOUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES
No rehearsed party line, no clever rhetoric, no agenda, just this from a hungry 10-year-old: “It shouldn’t be like this. All people should have food.” Last night’s Breadline Kids on Channel 4 made for uncomfortable viewing, even for someone involved more ...
Natalie Williams