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Children’s centre inspections have been put on hold pending the Department for Education’s consultation into children’s centres, due to take place before the end of the year.

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.

A leading group of employers are at loggerheads with the Government over equivalents to GCSEs for early years qualifications.

Nurseries are relying on the ‘goodwill’ of staff to work unpaid overtime, according to a new survey by the education professionals’ union Voice.

Primary schools in England taking part in the pilot year of the Reception Baseline have been receiving their results.

The End Child Poverty Coalition is calling on the House of Lords to ensure the Government continues to report on income-related child poverty measures.

The Government has confirmed it will publish the results of its 30 hours funding review in a fortnight’s time.

A new think-tank report urges the Chancellor to re-think cuts to tax credits and sets out alternative ways savings can be made.

New research suggests that 5.84 million people are paid less than the Living Wage and of these 280,000 work in the childcare and related personal services sector.

Plaid Cymru has pledged to increase free early education from 10 to 30 hours a week for all three- and four-year-olds in Wales if it wins the Assembly election next year.