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Childminders may be able to operate outside ratios if they are providing wraparound care for children taking up the 30 hours in England.

In light of the Grenfell Tower disaster, which claimed at least 80 lives in June, Meredith Jones Russell looks at current fire safety advice and how it might affect childcare settings

In this new four-part series on what the new Children and Social Work Act means for the early years sector, we look at changes to the local safeguarding procedures. By Ann Marie Christian

This consultation seeks views on proposed subject content for reformed Functional Skills qualifications in English and mathematics.

The Department for Education (DfE) is seeking views on proposed subject content for reformed Functional Skills qualifications in English and mathematics.

The former shadow early years minister Tulip Siddiq has been appointed as chair of the new Childcare and Early Education All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG).

Our resident employment lawyer, Caroline Robins, senior associate solicitor at Eversheds Sutherland, answers your questions

What children’s rights are legally, and how they should be promoted. By Professor Priscilla Alderson

The Department for Education’s updated operational guidance now says that parents taking up the 30 hours can 'expect to' pay for meals, consumables and activities offered by the provider.

This consultation seeks views on proposed changes to the inspection of voluntary adoption agencies.