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The early years pupil premium comes into effect this April. But while the extra funding is welcome, the initiative looks likely to present some challenges for settings, as Charlotte Goddard explains.

Parents find it hard to find the right information about childcare in their area, according to research published today.

Cirencester College nursery, based in a pre-fab building, looks set to close as it has been told it is no longer fit for purpose.

Sixty teaching schools will share £5m of Government funding in partnerships with local nurseries.

Up to £200,000 of funding is available for the development of a digital ‘one-stop-shop’ that provides parents with childcare information.

Nurseries are losing £800 per child per year on funded places for three-and four-year-olds, according to the annual survey from the National Day Nurseries Association.

The seven local authorities piloting the Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) have begun implementing the scheme this month.