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A new organisation for childminder agencies has launched in England.

A new DfE report on providers’ finances shows that the hourly fee charged by settings for three- and four-year-old places is on average 58p higher than what they receive in funding.

The majority of childcare providers are offering the 30 hours, but there are regional differences, finds a new DfE report.

A new NDNA coaching programme to support early years providers to improve children’s outcomes has received financial backing from the Mayor of London.

An ex-childminder has received a suspended prison sentence for continuing to provide childcare after a member of her family was arrested for a sexual offence.

Updated standards and guidance on food and drink for early years settings have been published by the Welsh Government in a bid to reduce childhood obesity.

Projects aimed at boosting home learning and improving training for professionals working with children with SEND, are among those that have been allocated a share of £18m in DfE funding.

A new campaign to dispel myths about childminders and promote the profession has launched today.

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.