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James Hempsall looks at how to encourage take-up of the offer

In an extract from a briefing on including two-year-olds in schools, Julian Grenier and Helen Moylett look at some of the key areas that leaders should consider to ensure they are meeting children's needs.

A pre-school involved in the Government's pilot two-year-old scheme decided to invest in some focused training.

Happy Kids Childcare and the Big Life Group have both opened provision to meet the demand for funded places for two-year-olds in communities in the north of England. Katy Morton investigates.

James Hempsall considers the impact of waiting lists on two-year-old development.

What should practitioners think about when considering nutrition in the context of the two-year-old programme and the families involved? Diana Hawdon offers some guidance.

Updated guidance reminds us of the conditions attached to two-year-old funding, while the level of interest from schools is growing, says James Hempsall.

The drive for young children to attend school-run nurseries is causing some concern, but could it be an opportunity for the PVI nursery sector? Meredith Jones Russell looks at the pros and cons.

With the 40 per cent most disadvantaged two-year-olds now eligible for funded places, Hannah Crown takes a look at how prepared both nurseries, and councils, are to deliver.

With 40 per cent of the most disadvantaged twos now eligible for funded places, James Hempsall reflects on the benefits and difficulties for families in claiming their place