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Ahead of today's Budget, new research reveals that more than 40 per cent of early years settings in England are receiving less funding in real terms than five years ago.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched an awards scheme for early years settings to support children’s health, well-being and development.

Nurseries should help parents and carers make their homes safer to prevent injuries in under-fives, recommends a new national accident prevention strategy.

Spending more time in good-quality settings can positively impact a child’s ability to socialise, empathise with their peers and regulate their own behaviour, find researchers.

My Family Week returns this year for another celebration of diverse families.

The Government-commissioned evaluation of the first year of the 30 hours programme shows the impact the policy is having on childcare settings, local authorities and parents, revealing significant challenges for many.

A new report into funded childcare claims a barrier to take-up is childcare providers’ reluctance to offer two-year-old places as they are less ‘financially lucrative’.

Childminders could be stopped from running businesses from home on new developments

The Pre-school Learning Alliance has launched a survey to gather early years providers’ experiences of delivering the 30 hours in the policy's first year.

A new campaign is calling for childminders in England to be granted funding for related children, as research shows tens of thousands are missing out on vital income because they can’t provide the 15 and 30 hours offers to family members.