Big Issue: Free early education for disadvantaged two-year-olds
Twenty per cent of two-year-olds will become eligible for an early education place from September 2013, rising to 40 per cent in 2014-15. Follow the progress of the Government's programme.
As providers increasingly move to charging parents of disadvantaged two-year-olds for ‘extras’, one local authority body has recommended settings refrain from doing...
More than a third of eligible families in London are missing out on two-year-old places, according to figures released by the Mayor.
Government-funded childcare for disadvantaged two-year-olds has had a modest impact on children’s attainment, a study shows.
Nursery World sums up the key findings of the latest research from the Study of Early Education and Development.
Children must be given equal access to high quality early years provision to tackle educational inequality, a leading think-tank has said.
A new report suggests vulnerable children are being pushed out of settings because of the 30 hours.
The most disadvantaged two-year-olds are losing out on childcare as an unintended consequence of the Government’s 30 hours policy, a report has found.
The Mayor of London has named the three areas that will take part in the new Early Years Hubs scheme to drive the take-up of funded two-year-old places across the...
Around 7,000 more two-year-olds will become eligible for a funded early education place under plans confirmed by education minister Nadhim Zahawi.
We summarise the latest findings from the Government-funded Study of Early Education and Development (SEED).
The publication of this year’s Ofsted early years annual report should have been cause for celebration for the private, voluntary and independent sector, says Neil Leitch