Sort by Date | Relevance

Search results for

Articles: 128 results Filter results »

In a new series about Universal Credit, David Finch of the Resolution Foundation explains exactly what the new benefit is, what it replaces and how it compares

Newly appointed early years minister Nadhim Zahawi has announced that the Department for Education is to carry out a feasibility study into the cost and value of nursery schools, many of which face an uncertain future.

Only around a third of providers are offering the Government-funded 30-hours childcare completely free to parents, a major survey has found.

Councils warn that they are struggling to cope with an increase in demand for support as one child is referred to social services every 49 seconds.

The Mayor of London has named the three areas that will take part in the new Early Years Hubs scheme to drive the take-up of funded two-year-old places across the capital.

Early years organisations, childcare providers and unions share their new year wishes.

An inquiry into childcare policy and its influence on the economy has been launched by the Treasury Committee.

The early years investment fund, which was due to provide cheap money to enable settings to expand, has been quietly jettisoned, Nursery World has learned.