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Childminders have performed better than nurseries in initial results from the first two months of the new inspections framework.

Nurseries, childminders and sector organisations have been posting their views on the Childcare Bill to the Parliament website.

Government plans to double free childcare ‘won’t go far enough’ to help families with disabled children access childcare, a group of charities has warned.

Early Years teachers (EYTs) could play a crucial role in safeguarding children in their early years, a leading academic has said.

A manifesto that sets out to support parental and child wellbeing through pregnancy to the first two years of a child’s life is being re-launched following wide cross-party Parliamentary support.

A number of nurseries operated by universities and colleges across the UK are under threat or due to close, as they claim too few students are taking up places.

One of the UK’s largest nursery groups has received £1.5m worth of investment funding to expand its business, but growth could be stalled by Government policies to increase the free entitlement to 30 hours a week and the introduction of an apprenticeship levy, the organisation’s chief executive has warned.

Following the announcements made in the Chancellor’s Autumn Spending Review, Dr Jo Verrill, managing director of research agency Ceeda, examines how providers will be affected financially

Children who experience a good home learning environment in the early years and attend pre-school continue to benefit educationally at the age of 18, new research shows.

Nursery employers have ‘major concerns’ over the need to increase fees for parents in order to pay staff the National Living Wage, a report by Christie + Co reveals.