A new briefing published by Food Active and the Children’s Food Campaign shows overwhelming support for the Government extending free school
Magic Breakfast is a charity that provides school breakfasts to vulnerable children. They conducted a survey which assessed teacher’s views
Read the full debate here. My Lords, some children who have been out of school for such a long time
Our Lead Author, Helen Clark, has an article in the latest issue of Nursery Management Today, in which she writes:
The Children First Alliance was delighted when, following the boost given by the intervention of Marcus Rashford and the appearance
A fantastic victory has been achieved with Government forced to continue school meal vouchers through the summer holidays! Many organisations
You have no doubt seen and heard a lot of mention in the news and online about summer holiday food
This week is Infant Mental Health Awareness Week. Leaders of nearly 80 organisations, under the banner of the First 1001
How can we make a difference while in this Pandemic ‘holding pattern’? We can hit a like button on social
Parliament resumes today and MPs, who will be adapting to new ways of working, have a first opportunity after the
The necessary isolation rules advised by the Government due the COVID-19 pandemic have seen an alarming, but sadly predictable, rise
The third campaign newsletter was sent out to all MPs and supporters today. Click here to download it.
The Lancet has been very much to the foreground during the Covid 19 pandemic crisis in the UK; asking the difficult
The second campaign newsletter was sent out to all MPs and supporters today. Click here to download it.
CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH WEEK DEBATE HOUSE OF COMMONS: 6th February 2020 The debate was held by Shadow Minister (International Development)
On 28/01/20 the following update was sent out to all MPs, selected peers, all Children First Alliance supporters and all
On 17/12/19 the following update was sent out to all Children First Alliance supporters and all change.org signatories.
As Parliament resumed this week, the House of Lords debated the Queen’s speech. Our co-chair Baroness Benjamin made this contribution