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We know the 30 hours represents a significant saving for some parents, but is this the case for all? Katy Morton and Hannah Crown report

The conditions governing delivery of the 30 hours are being set out in local agreements up and down the country, and there is significant variation, finds Charlotte Goddard

In the final part of this series,Charlotte Goddard visits the two remaining pilot areas and finds examples of best practice in communication – as well as the usual concerns about funding, with comment from James Hempsall

There’s a plethora of grants out there, if you know where to find them. Caroline Voogd goes on the hunt

What do childcare providers need to know when it comes to helping parents with the 30-hours computer application system? Hannah Crown tries to plug the gaps

What the ‘20 per cent off-the-job training’ rule means exactly, and how it can be delivered, have been causing headaches for employers and training companies alike. Ross Midgley has some answers

Parents in Wigan have been encouraged to get a job or take on more work because of the 30 hours, finds Charlotte Goddard

Although concerns remain, some settings in Portsmouth report success so far with the 30 hours trial, writes Charlotte Goddard, while James Hempsall gives his take

York’s pilot was hit when providers refused to take part. What is happening now the rate has been raised, asks Charlotte Goddard, while James Hempsall gives his take on the pilot

What are schools forums and why do they matter? With funding set to take on an extra dimension from September with the free entitlement extension to 30 hours, Charlotte Goddard investigates

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