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Parenting programmes, as evidenced by the recent Social Mobility Commission report, give parents vital skills and confidence, says Tom Rahilly of Save the Children

For young children with special educational needs and disabilities, there is a distinct Victorian feel to early years policy, says Michael Pettavel, in his first regular column

Our new regular columnist argues that the removal of some policies and introduction of others has led to fragmentation in the Government's early years strategy.

The Government has previously said in documents about the 30 hours and the early years national funding formula that providers can charge parents for ‘additional services’.

The Government needs to come clean to parents that 30 hours funding will force providers to charge for 'extra' services, says Neil Leitch, chief executive of Pre-school Learning Alliance

Relaxing ratios isn't the answer to cheaper childcare, says Liz Bayram.

Government early years policy needs a radical rethink to meet the interests of parents and providers, says Len Shackleton

Saku Tuominen, creative director of HundrED, a mission from Finland to help schools change by sharing inspiring innovations in education

There are lots of aspects of the current set of challenges for the early years sector that are of great concern, as many of our recent stories and features online and in the magazine illustrate.

Thinking back to my early parenting experiences, one of the hardest parts was the first time I left my children at an early years setting.