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The future of children's centres across the country is under threat with more than 120 set to close or earmarked for closure because of cuts to council budgets.
Campaigning parents have won a victory against Tower Hamlets Council to keep four nurseries providing specialist services for children with disabilities and learning difficulties open.
Charity Scottish Book Trust wants children to automatically be enrolled at their local library to help ensure libraries' survival.
A new toolkit has been launched to support early years and health teams implement the Integrated Review for two-year-olds.
The Government has published findings from the pilot phase of the Integrated Review for two-year-olds.
Families with young children are caught up in a complex and unco-ordinated health and education system, according to a new report into early intervention.
A group of five children’s centres in Northumberland has been rated inadequate by Ofsted.
Ofsted has rated children’s centre services in South Somerset as 'inadequate' in its most recent inspection.
A childminding association has expressed concern over a plan by two local authorities to set-up a childminder agency while providing support to independent childminders.
PVI providers are being left with more than a £400 shortfall in funding per child per year under the free entitlement, show new figures.
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