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Local authorities have raised concerns that many of the childminders coming forward to offer funded places for two, three and four year olds are not sufficiently well-qualified to provide high quality early years education.

Play and music therapy will form part of a package of support to help adopted children bond with their families.

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.

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.

The Department for Education has created 'a black hole' of more than 114m in overspending according to the Labour Party.

A group of Sheffield parents go to the High Court this week in their challenge to the city council's decision to stop grant funding in 20 community nurseries in the most deprived areas of the city.

The extent to which children's centres are changing in the face of local authority cuts and Coalition Government policy is highlighted in the latest report from the Evaluation of Children's Centres in England.

The EYFS profile could be scrapped and replaced by a formal test when children start school.

Proposals to make childcare more affordable and increase the provision of out-of-school childcare in schools have been set out today.