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We, Canterbury Early Years United Collaboration, are writing to express our deep concern regarding the lack of funding for young children with SEND.

One in five children start Reception overweight or obese and over 45,000 children are admitted to hospital every year with tooth decay - we all know the facts and figures but what can early years practitioners do about it?

Cary Rankin talks about Bertram Nursery Group's experience of the 30-hours.

If Ireland's delayed Affordable Childcare scheme is to become a reality, government must be willing to invest more now and into the future, says Teresa Heeney.

Ahead of the general election, Liz Bayram of PACEY calls on the political parties to commit to providing high-quality childcare.

While the funding review is great news, Neil Leitch warns the sector to stay focussed.

'Affordable Childcare': it's the soundbite on every childcare minister's lips.

Professor Kathy Slyva, one of the authors of the EPPSE study, explains why new research into early education places and children's outcomes contradicts their findings.

New childcare and education minister Sam Gyimah certainly didn't duck the issue of schools and nursery provision in his first public speech at Policy Exchange.

Earlier this year, Birmingham City Council announced that from April 2015 childcare providers in the city would only be funded to deliver the free entitlement if they paid the Living Wage of £7.65 an hour. The uproar in the sector was well reported by Nursery World and is easy to understand.