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We summarise the latest findings from the Government-funded Study of Early Education and Development (SEED).

The quality of early education and childcare in nurseries has risen over the past 15 years, and staff qualification levels appear to have improved, according to the latest findings of the Government-funded SEED study.

Around 8,000 more disadvantaged children will be eligible for funded two-year-old places under universal credit, according to plans put out by the Department for Education for consultation.

The Mayor of London is inviting proposals from early years providers to run hubs to help the most disadvantaged families.

A Bedfordshire nursery has started playing classical music at drop-off after finding it helped to settle children in their baby unit.

More than a thousand babies in Bradford are being given a free book every month as part of a literacy skills development programme.

A charity which helps women who have multiple children removed from their care has been granted over £1.5m of National Lottery funding.

A Cambridge nursery has introduced babywearing to improve wellbeing for babies and staff.

An early years speech, language and communication training programme has been shown to speed up children’s development by five months, an independent evaluation has found.

A new international review of leave policies for parents shows the statutory offer in the UK is less generous than that of other European counties.