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Wales has launched the second phase of a government-funded scheme giving participants the chance to trial a career in childcare.

The Local Government Association says it is 'inevitable' councils will be forced to close more children's centres unless the Government provides extra funding.

Responses from Scottish local authorities to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request reveal an average rate of £5.26 will be paid to providers to deliver the 1,140 hours from April.

Northamptonshire County Council has asked the DfE for an extension to the deadline for setting early years funding for 2019/20.

Childcare providers in Northamptonshire are set to lose thousands of pounds in funding as the council proposes big cuts to its early years budget.

A charity that provides care and support for children with SEND and their families in Essex is at risk of closure due to withdrawal of local authority funding.

Lancashire County Council has written to the Education Secretary with concerns it will not be able to provide sufficient childcare places if early years settings there continue to close.

More than a third of eligible families in London are missing out on two-year-old places, according to figures released by the Mayor.

The UCL’s Institute of Education has just launched a project to examine private sector childcare in England

The University of East London’s Ivana La Valle and Eva Lloyd, who were involved in the most recent evaluation of the 30 hours entitlement, discuss the key findings of their report and how the policy may develop in the future