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Historical View: Is childcare working?

How much childcare is available for mothers who work full-time? Pamela Calder, former chair of the Early Childhood Studies Degrees Network and who campaigned in the 70s for better access to childcare, asks whether things have improved

30 Hours, Part 9: Tower Hamlets - Reaching out

Tower Hamlets, which has extremely high levels of deprivation, has one of the highest Government hourly rates for 30 hours. How is the area spending it? Joanne Parkes reports, while James Hempsall talks about poverty

30 Hours, Part 1: Hertfordshire - Free to work

In the first of a series looking at how the Government’s 30 hours offer of free childcare is being piloted, Charlotte Goddard explores a scheme that has places reserved for unemployed parents. Plus, James Hempsall comments

Nursery Chains: Policy - Doubling up

The free entitlement for three- and four-year-olds with working parents will increase to 30 hours in 2017,but a trial is taking place next year. Charlotte Goddard meets some of those taking part

Nursery Chains: Policy - Election watch

As the politicians gear up for next year's general election, Nursery World asked six nursery chains what policies they would like to see the parties committing to. Interviews by Charlotte Goddard.

Working Mum: Club rules

Lack of suitable out-of-school provision presents difficulties for parents forced to juggle responsibilities, says Working Mum.

Integrated Working: Hand in hand

New initiatives are bringing together expertise from the health service, early years sector and care in an effort to improve provision for children. Katy Morton investigates.

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