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Millions of pounds allocated by the Government for free school meals for some of the poorest children in the country is unaccounted for, according to a new report.

The UK is one of the least family-friendly of the richest countries according to UNICEF.

The number of children using children’s centres has fallen by nearly 20 per cent, with a sharp drop in use among under-fives.

Our collection of curated articles now includes the Reception Baseline and the Ofsted Education Inspection Framework.

With the first ballot's results now announced, and 3 MPs eliminated, we take a look at wherre the 7 remaining Conservative leadership candidates stand on childcare and education.

Childcare providers in deprived areas are twice as likely to close as those in the most affluent areas, according to new research, which also finds that the early years funding shortfall has risen by £50m in a year.

After Sure Start Children’s Centres were found to significantly reduce hospitalisations for children in poorer areas and save the NHS millions of pounds, the research authors share their findings.

Early Education is undertaking research which it hopes will shine a light on the day-to-day impact of poverty on the work of early years settings, informing local and national policy.

The Department for Education has released new resources aimed at encouraging less well-off parents to use 30-hour childcare.

Sure Start children’s centres significantly reduced hospitalisations for children in poorer neighbourhoods and saved the NHS millions of pounds, new research has found.