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Bath will be hosting the first International Festival of Childhood, promising thought-provoking talks and presentations on the latest global research on child health and wellbeing.

Parents should continue to have the option of using childcare vouchers, say campaigners, who are calling on the Government to scrap plans to stop new users from being able to register for them.

A campaign group of childcare providers have lodged a complaint with the competition watchdog about the Government’s underfunding of the free hours.

Policymakers should not ‘shy away’ from telling mothers and fathers how to be good parents, the Social Mobility Commission has stated.

Close to half of early years settings in Bolton say they could become financially inviable in the next two years.

A University of Salford dance student has co-created a theatre show aimed at helping children understand their emotions.

INA Nanny of the Year 2016

The Government has dispensed with the Early Years Apprenticeship Trailblazer Group following a long-running stand-off over the inclusion of ‘reasonable equivalents’ to GCSE English and Maths in the new Level 3 apprenticeship standard.

A nursery in St Albans has treated its children to a newly developed sensory room and bespoke wellbeing activities as part of Feeling Good Week.

A south-east nursery group has secured multi-million pound investment to fund expansion to more than 20 sites.

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