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Parents in the most deprived parts of the country and on low incomes are much less likely to use or be aware of 30-hour childcare.

Early years services must prioritise children’s cognitive development to combat income-related learning gaps, an early intervention charity has warned.

Children are arriving at school without winter coats and wearing sandals in cold weather, according to teachers polled by the National Education Union.

A nine-year-old girl’s drawing of a pink front door with a Christmas wreath is the winning entry in The Big Issue festive magazine competition.

The number of children living in poverty has risen by 500,000 in the last five years to 4.1 million, finds new research.

The chief medical officer has written a letter to early years practitioners seeking their help in raising awareness of the childhood flu immunisation programme.

The most common reason for calls to the NSPCC is child neglect, the charity has said.

The number of playgrounds across England is falling rapidly, according to new research.

Just a fraction of families eligible for Tax-Free Childcare are using it, Nursery World can reveal.

Labour analysis has revealed that projected government spending on tax-free childcare will be £600 million lower than expected in the next four years, due to low take-up of the scheme.