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The SNP backs an increase of 30 hours a week of free childcare for three- and four-year-olds.
Schools taking two-year-old children should 'try not to overqualify' their staff if they are worried about underfunding, according to advice published by a Department for Education (DfE)-funded charity.
A number of local authorities have advertised the two-year-old offer on the back of bus tickets to increase take-up among eligible families.
All babies in the UK will receive a vaccine against meningitis B, now the Government has struck a deal with drug manufacturers.
New guidance has been launched to support practitioners to deliver the Integrated Review for two-year-olds from September.
Only half of London’s eligible two-year-olds are taking up their free childcare places, new figures from the DfE show.
The schools that took part in the Government's two-year-old trial faced a number of barriers to delivering provision.
A new study suggests the best time for young children to learn is just before they take a nap.
The majority of people in the UK think childcare should be shared equally between parents, suggests a survey.
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