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The education secretary is inviting schools and local authorities to put forward ideas to improve the funding system for pupils with SEND.

Children’s services in England are ‘at breaking point’, MPs warn today.

The Government should extend its 30 hours offer to those working eight hours per week and eventually to all unemployed parents, the Social Mobility Commission said today.

The childcare sector is being urged to join together in the fight for increased funding by taking part in a week of action.

A new lottery-funded programme aims to connect people of all ages and tackle loneliness and unhealthy eating.

As providers increasingly move to charging parents of disadvantaged two-year-olds for ‘extras’, one local authority body has recommended settings refrain from doing so.

Investment in children’s mental health services has fallen in over a third of local areas in England, with wide variation across the country, according to the Children’s Commissioner for England.

Northamptonshire county council has gone ahead with its proposed cuts to funding supplements paid to providers.

A letter from the National Education Union (NEU) urging the education secretary Damian Hinds to end the school funding crisis has been signed by 1,115 local councillors.

Childcare providers in Northamptonshire may be forced to get rid of staff, resources or reduce their own salaries if the county council goes ahead with plans to cut early years funding from April.