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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.

Next time you fancy a spot of guilt-free shopping bear in mind that you could also be raising funds for your favourite nursery or pre-school.

With the turmoil in Syria and neighbouring countries at critical levels, Save the Children is calling for donations to help with its distribution of humanitarian aid to thousands of Syrian children.

The Pre-school Alliance is one of a number of charities to share 5m from the Big Lottery Fund's A Better Start programme to improve outcomes for children from birth to three-years-old.

Former CBEEBIES presenter Sid Sloane is supporting The Children's Trust this year in the popular Humphrey's Pyjama Week.

The Department of Health (DoH) has announced more than 5m of funding to encourage children and families to exercise more.

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.

As his local children and family centre is forced to close successful services due to funding cuts, Warwick Mansell takes a personal view of the politics surrounding the Government's approach.

Parents at Busy Bees nursery in Hammersmith have been visited by chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne to air their views on the Government's proposed changes to childcare vouchers.

Around 2.5 million families will be able to claim up to 1,200 per child a year in tax-free childcare from 2015, under Government plans out for consultation.