The National Children's Bureau (NCB) has recently started a blog to share information about the work of the organisation and generate discussions about general children's issues. Early signs are that it'll be a useful resource, with posts on topics such as the closure of the ContactPoint database, the importance of protecting playgrounds, and the recent report from the School Libraries Commission (see previous post for details). Given that the NCB acts as an umbrella for organisations such as the Anti-Bullying Alliance, Play England, the Sex Education Forum and many others, it's probably reasonable to assume that the blog will touch on a range of subjects of interest to all who study or work with young children.

To view the NCB blog, click here.


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