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We know early years education suffers from a pay problem, but just how does this affect practitioners’ ability to afford to lead ‘normal’ lives? Hannah Crown has these shocking findings from our exclusive survey

How one setting in Yorkshire secured more than £100,000 in funding over five years, and opened a yurt, food bank, art sessions and Forest School. By Carl Duck

We know that 70 per cent of all poor children are in working families. So how easy is it for these families to access childcare? Charlotte Goddard investigates

One in ten childcare workers are officially in poverty, according to shocking new findings from Nursery World.

Chancellor Sajid Javid has announced an increase of £66m in early years funding in his first spending review.

The Prime Minister has announced £14 billion in funding for primary and secondary schools in England between now and 2022/23.

Unions have condemned plans revealed in a leaked Government paper that reportedly state that schools employ too many teaching assistants.

More than 80 per cent of parents say they are worse off since childcare vouchers were closed to new entrants, leaving some reconsidering their career plans.

Campaigners fighting to keep children’s centres open in Buckinghamshire have lost their case in the High Court.

Schools and colleges are in need of a 10-year plan to fix the broken education funding system, the Education Committee said today (19 July).