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Early years organisations have raised concerns that the funding rate for early education two-year-old places will not rise next year.

We take a look at some of the biggest stories of 2013 and consider what lies ahead.

Children at Willows Day Nursery at Sutton Hospital have been preparing for Christmas with a brand new box of festive decorations for sensory play.

The Infant & Toddler Forum has launched a free online advent calendar which gives parents 24 days of ideas to help keep their toddlers active during the run-up to Christmas.

A Freedom of Information (FOI) request by Labour reveals that one in three councils believe they do not have enough places to meet the Government’s two-year-old offer.

Government figures, released yesterday, show that around 70 per cent of the 130,000 disadvantaged two-year-olds eligible for early education places have so far taken up the offer.

A new test diagnosing pre-eclampsia in 15 minutes has been developed by doctors at a London hospital.

England's chief medical officer professor Dame Sally Davies has called for the Healthy Start scheme to be extended to all children under five.

New research shows that at just one-day old, babies can differentiate between social interactions such as playing 'peekaboo' and non-social movement such as an arm manipulating an object.

Eleven childrens centres in Essex are under threat of closure and others could see their opening hours drastically reduced, under plans out for consultation.