Six in 10 parents worry their teenage children lack essential life skills, a survey has found.
Debbie Hayton, a science teacher who transition as an adult, has said that she is concerned the treatment at the only NHS gender clinic for children is “dangerous”.
The headteacher who allowed London Bridge terrorist Khuram Butt to teach unsupervised at an east London school has been banned from management roles.
‘Appalling’ mental health provsion is behind a sharp rise in the number of self-harming children, a professor has claimed.
Conservative MP Christopher Chope, who had previously objected to a bill to criminalise upskirting, has blocked new legislation that would have strengthened laws against female mutilation.
Raphael Samuel is suing his parents to make a point that having children is 'selfish'
Alastair Harper, Head of Advocacy at Unicef UK has said that one in three children are living in areas that would be classed as having “toxic levels of air pollution”.
Nick Stace, the CEO of Prince’s Trust, has said that people need to find a way to use social media “in a way that does not harm” them.
Dan Wootton has said that he played with Barbie dolls when he was growing up and he is “so glad” that his mother was “able to embrace that freedom of expression”.
Clarks shoe shop are training 6,500 staff in a bid to improve children’s language skills, but National Literacy Trust’s Judith Parke’s has said it is “not about teaching” children, it is about “modelling good communication between an adult and child”.
Channel 4’s former Head of Religion Aaqil Ahmed has said Religious Education lessons are important to stop the “vacuum of stupidity”, after it was revealed that parents are removing their children from the lessons.
Angelina Jolie will join the BBC for a series of special programmes to introduce young people to truth rather than opinion.
A toy company's decision to remove the word 'black' from the nursery rhyme 'Baa Baa Black Sheep' is "totally wrong", an education campaigner has claimed.
Dr Chris van Tulleken has claimed that babies are wrongly being diagnosed with milk allergies because of the influence of the baby formula industry on medical professionals.
More than 130,000 children will not have a “permanent home” on Christmas Day, the homeless charity Shelter has found.
A man who killed three children before hanging their bodies on a fence outside their home has been cleared for release by the Parole Board.
A seven-year-old boy who reviews toys has topped a list of highest-earning youtubers after making £17.2 million.
Parenting coach Sue Atkins has said that parents often ask about how to “get a teenage off their phone” but parents also need to think about how they use them.
Professor Ellis Cashmore, Visiting Professor of Sociology at Aston University has said that the two children family has been “disappearing for the best part of a century”, as new figures show that families are now only having one child.
A report from NHS Digital found that one in eight young people had a mental disorder in 2017
The number of 25-year-old women having had a child is at a record-low, with only a quarter of women reaching the threshold having had at least one child, new figures find.
Adoption UK’s Alison Woodhead has said that IVF and other fertility treatments are “a factor” in the drop of adoption numbers but “not the main factor”.
Professor Tom Marshall has said that “nothing terrible is going to happen” if children do not get their tonsils removed, after a report found that thousands of children are having “unnecessary” surgery.
Psychologist Bradley Busch has said that pedals under desks would work better for “adults in office” rather than in a school, after a Primary school in Suffolk installed pedals under desks to encourage “an active lifestyle”.
Professor Ray Jones has said that we should not be teaching our children “it is okay to hit out at other people” by smacking them as psychologists call for smacking of children in the family home to be outlawed due to the effect it can have on their mental health.
The Education Secretary has told Julia Hartley-Brewer that technology could have positive sides in a child's early development.
Saira Khan reveals the moment her daughter cried at the Disney movie Cinderella and talks about the effects of not seeing enough minority ethnicity characters
There are double the amount of severely obese children in Year 6 as there are in reception class
Research by the NSPCC shows the number of children referred for mental health help has increased since 2014, but a third are being refused help
The NSPCC has written to the Prime Minister to urge her to speed up improvements to child mental health services
MPs are asking for a revision to the Children's Act that would give grandparents and other relatives increased rights
Apple has announced its support for the Government's Year of Engineering scheme, designed to get more school children to enter the profession
Some parents are putting academic success above their child's health and happiness, Helen Lowe has warned
Matthew Reeve to attend launch of first clinic of its kind in the UK
Headteachers claim some children put food from the school in their pockets to take home
Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans has warned it's not scientifically clear that it's possible to be born in the wrong body
The man was on bail when he used the different accounts in an attempt to hide what he was doing from police
Mike Graham and Katie Perrior spoke to pychologist Jane McCartney about why some men cheat with nannies
The boy was attached to a rope and had allegedly been trying to reach a blanket
Andrew and Elad Dvash-Banks had twins using a surrogate mother, each with one of the father's DNA
The End Child Poverty coalition says half of the children in some parts of the UK are growing up in poverty
David and Louise Turpin allegedly tortured their 13 children at home
Caller Claire's comment caused an outburst of laughter from our talkRADIO host
Paul Evans from the British Obesity Society says we must improve education on diet
Labour MPs shouted 'shame' when Theresa May responded to a question by MP Rosena Allin-Khan
Emma Dent Coad claimed over 200 children were still in bed and breakfast accommodation for up to six months, adding she believed it was illegal
Kevin Hart spoke about the roles of mothers and fathers during this monologue on Saturday Night Live
The MP for East Worthing and Shoreham spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about a survey from the NHS which asked children if they were comfortable in their gender
Stephen Callaghan wrote a letter which said his daughter left for school in 2017 'but when she returned home in the afternoon she was from 1968'
Currently, 30% of children and 16% of pensioners live in poverty in the United Kingdom.
Damian Green was standing in for Theresa May in PMQs, but many on Twitter aren't actually sure how to spell his name