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Providers with nurseries throughout the country tell Nursery World how they are making the 30 hours sustainable.

The 30 hours policy will save some of the poorest households £5 per week, while the richest will gain ten times that, analysis finds.

A new report suggests a ‘bleak future’ for school breakfast clubs as more than four in ten teachers say their club will close in the next three years.

Under the new National Funding Formula (NFF), published today, a new minimum per pupil funding level will be introduced.

Close to two-fifths of childcare providers think the 30 hours policy could put them out of business.

An evaluation of the second round of the 30 hours pilot found the majority of providers were willing and able to offer the extended entitlement, says the DfE.

Failure to invest in early years provision for less advantaged children risks creating a ‘lost generation’, a new report by Labour MP Lucy Powell has warned.

HMRC has apologised for the difficulties faced by parents trying to access its Childcare Service.

The Home-Start network has received funding of almost £900,000 from the National Lottery to expand its services.

Parents of two-year-olds are being issued with eligibility codes for 30 hours childcare several months before they will qualify for the entitlement, which nursery owners say is leading to confusion.