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Many local authorities are failing to provide families with the information they need to access childcare for their disabled child, finds a new report.

One in ten nursery schools are under imminent threat of closure and more than 60 per cent will not be sustainable past 2019 if funding ceases.

Findings from a new study have resurrected concern that children's age-related immaturity is being misdiagnosed as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

The first minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced £1.5m in funding to train more teachers and graduates for nurseries in deprived areas in Scotland.

The Education Secretary has announced the expansion of the Opportunity Areas Programme, which aims to give children the best start in life, to a further six locations across England.

A new report recommends the re-introduction of baseline assessments in reception to measure children’s progress.

Ten years on from a landmark report into children’s speech, language and communication, a follow-up review is to be published.

National charity Grandparents Plus has been given £250,000 to support more family and friend carers looking after children.

A multi-million pound package to support children with special educational needs and disability (SEND) has been announced by the Government.

The Scottish Government is being urged to end a ‘birthday discrimination rule’, which means some children are entitled to 400 fewer hours of free childcare.