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Children in the most deprived area of the country have seen a huge improvement in their outcomes at the end of the EYFS following a major programme of targeted Government investment.

The Pre-school Learning Alliance has teamed up with the Department for Education and Ofsted to tackle workload pressures on early years staff.

Bright Horizons has bought My Family Care, including the Tinies nanny franchises.

The UK’s biggest nursery group has acquired Giraffe Childcare, one of Ireland’s largest.

Funding for some Early Years Educator courses is set to disappear once T-levels come in, Nursery World can reveal.

There is increasing concern about the impact of the 30 hours on the availability of places for working parents, and a growing outcomes gap for disadvantaged children not eligible for the extended entitlement.

A petition calling on the Government to increase childcare funding in line with minimum wage rises has secured more than 6,400 signatures in just a few days.

Bright Horizons has lost its case in the high court to extend one of its settings after a judge ruled a nursery is not a ‘school’ and therefore does not benefit from the same planning rights.

The new About Early Years Sector Skills Survey finds childcare employers are four times as likely to say staff lack crucial skills than in other sectors. By Hannah Crown

Affluent areas are growing nurseries while settings in areas of deprivation are increasingly struggling to survive, according to Christie and Co.

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