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The Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed plans to extend free school meals to all infant school children in England from next year.

Many nurseries are failing to ensure that children wash their hands properly, according to research commissioned by hygiene products manufacturer Kimberly-Clark Professional.

Early years settings who register for I CAN's 2014 Chatterbox Challenge will have the chance to win £500 of TTS vouchers.

Pre-school children whose parents work outside normal hours are more likely to have cognitive and behavourial problems, finds new research.

First aid training providers are concerned that the sector is being misled by local authorities into believing that they can only access paediatric first aid training which is approved by their own local authority.

Early years practitioners are invited to put their questions to the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years (PACEY) as it hosts its first social media event next week.

Plans to close a third of children’s centres in Dudley have been abandoned after parents campaigned against the proposed closures.

Early years experts and organisations are calling for a national debate on how children’s centres provide vital support for children and families.

Free face-to-face training in autism will soon be available to early years practitioners and post-16 educational professionals through a network of hub organisations, appointed as part of the latest phase of the Autism Education Trust’s training programme.

SkillsActive has launched a Register of Playwork Professionals, designed to boost the professionalism of the workforce and increase employer recognition for qualifications in the vital area of play.