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An anonymous donation of £500,000 will help set up outdoor nurseries in some of Scotland’s most deprived communities.

The Government will spend more than £10,000 on each childcare T- level in a bid to boost the numbers taking this new Level 3 programme.

Childcare providers in deprived areas are twice as likely to close as those in the most affluent areas, according to new research, which also finds that the early years funding shortfall has risen by £50m in a year.

After Sure Start Children’s Centres were found to significantly reduce hospitalisations for children in poorer areas and save the NHS millions of pounds, the research authors share their findings.

The Department for Education has released new resources aimed at encouraging less well-off parents to use 30-hour childcare.

Sure Start children’s centres significantly reduced hospitalisations for children in poorer neighbourhoods and saved the NHS millions of pounds, new research has found.

Parents, disabled children, young people and professionals will take to the streets in 26 locations across the country today to declare a national funding crisis in special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) provision.

A new scheme to strengthen early years practitioners’ Welsh language skills has been launched by the National Centre for Learning Welsh.

Birmingham nursery schools contribute more than £11.5 million a year more than they receive in funding, including feeding and clothing children, new analysis claims.

Fourteen children’s centres in East Sussex have been earmarked for closure in an attempt to cut council budgets.