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Busy Bees has announced a new business partnership with Singapore-based company Temasek, in what is thought to be the biggest nursery investment deal of the year.

From next year, 'more than a hundred' nurseries in Wales will be exempt from paying business rates.

How can early years settings – and the families who use them – get the best out of their SEND local offer? Karen Faux reports

A new report suggests that increases to minimum wage and national living wage rates will see childcare businesses failing and larger firms taking over.

Members of the expert panel which will be vetting new early years apprenticeships have been announced.

The founding owners of kidsunlimited are to open a new nursery group almost ten years after leaving the sector.

The Department for International Trade is inviting early years providers to a UK-China Early Years Education Development Forum on 7 December.

Most local authorities will not see any increase to their early years funding rates next year, Department for Education figures reveal, while the Government has launched a new £8m fund to help councils with ‘the challenges’ of 30 hours childcare.

Happy Days Nurseries has received £8m to open settings in 10 new locations over the next three years.

The GCSE maths and English requirement for Level 3 has been scrapped, but many settings are still struggling to hire and retain quality staff. Jo Parkes speaks to some chains to find out why