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A petition calling on the Government to increase childcare funding in line with minimum wage rises has secured more than 6,400 signatures in just a few days.

Cross-party MPs will warn ministers that all of England’s maintained nursery schools are at real risk of closure, threatening the life chances of vulnerable children, in a debate in the main chamber of Parliament today.

The future of a children’s charity has been secured thanks to a rescue plan to save the service.

The new About Early Years Sector Skills Survey finds childcare employers are four times as likely to say staff lack crucial skills than in other sectors. By Hannah Crown

Campaigners in Salford have written to the mayor about ‘slow progress’ in deciding the future of the city’s five council-run nurseries.

The number of children in private and voluntary nurseries with special educational needs has risen dramatically, an analysis of Government figures shows.

Wales is to pilot a programme to align funding for providers delivering the country’s two childcare offers.

The early years trailblazer group is now in its third incarnation, and is busy devising apprenticeship standards at Levels 5 and 6. Hannah Crown reports

Universal credit claimants are losing jobs and childcare places because they are required to pay childcare bills upfront, a new report has found.