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The hourly rate paid to providers for the two-, three- and four-year-old places is set to rise in Birmingham.

The Children’s Food Trust is urging the Government to measure children more regularly to better understand when they are gaining weight.

A charity concerned with sleep safety for babies is urging parents to remove cot bumpers as new evidence shows they pose a serious risk to infants.

Never before published data suggests that last year an estimated 40,000 children and young people across the UK faced the death of a parent.

Teachers are being ‘ground down’ by 'unmanageable workloads', preventing them from concentrating on tasks that benefit pupils, a survey of teachers says.

Eight in ten teachers think investing more in the quality of early years education would improve primary school results, finds a new survey.

Ofsted has revealed the reasoning behind making ‘requires improvement’ childminders, unlike nurseries, wait for the next inspection cycle for their re-inspection.

A parent campaign group has raised concern over the lack of detail in the Scottish government’s plans to double the number of funded hours.

Childminders in Scotland will be required to complete a new standard of best practice before being allowed to register, under new government plans.

A new series of reports call for early intervention to be made a priority to prevent children as young as seven at risk of gang involvement and youth violence turning to crime.