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Schools and colleges are in need of a 10-year plan to fix the broken education funding system, the Education Committee said today (19 July).

Fay Gibbin has launched a new online training company following her departure from Busy Bees Training.

Universal Credit claimants are being blocked from challenging the Government when they suspect mistakes in their claim.

The Government is consulting on plans to increase Ofsted registration fees for early years providers and revise provider type categories.

While early years workers deserve more pay, the sector cannot afford another rise to minimum wage rates without more funding, the Early Years Alliance has warned.

The Department for Education has launched a consultation into increasing registration fees for early years providers, as well as whether provider type categories need revising.

A new guide to portion sizes has been launched to help keep young children’s diets healthy.

Robert Halfon MP has raised concerns over the effectiveness of the DfE's Opportunity Area programme in improving children's outcomes.

PACEY has released new online resources to support provision for two-year-olds.

Working parents face a holiday childcare bill of more than £800 over the school summer holidays, according to new research.

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