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Research interviews began last week with families taking part in one of the largest ever Government-funded studies into early years education.

New figures show that almost 4,000 children in care were adopted between April 2012 and March 2013, the highest in any year since 1992.

Ofsted has published a new single inspection framework for inspecting local authority children's services.

Play and music therapy will form part of a package of support to help adopted children bond with their families.

More than 60 per cent of families in Scotland say they have seen the quality of education services and wraparound care decrease because of funding cuts, a survey reveals.

Parental concerns and a lack of accessible facilities continue to prevent disabled children from playing inclusively, according to a new survey by the charity Kids.

Barnardo's and Action for Children have lost their contracts to run seven children's centres in Leicester in a council bid to save 1.7m a year.

Children's centre budgets should be pooled with those for midwives and health visitors, a cross-party committee of MPs has argued.

A new report by the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) estimates the costs to the economy and Government generated by child poverty rates in every local authority and constituency in the UK.

The first training sessions to help early years practitioners deliver the nutritional guidelines have led to 'big improvements' to the food served at settings, finds new research.