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The Government’s shift in focus towards childcare as a means of getting parents back to work, away from good quality early years education, is affecting settings’ quality and impacting social mobility, a cross-government report warns.

The Welsh government has earmarked £60m to build or refurbish more than 100 Childcare settings as part of expanding 30-hour childcare.

Child poverty risks hitting record levels by 2023-24, according to a new report.

New figures on the take-up of Tax-Free Childcare from HMRC show that just a fifth of the number of parents the Government expected to have signed up to Tax-Free Childcare have done so.

A new IT system has caused havoc for childcare providers in Northamptonshire, leaving more than 80 per cent of them with either overpayments or underpayments for funded places.

A new cross-Government ministerial group, chaired by the leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom MP, has been working to identify gaps in support and services for families from when a child is conceived up to the age of two.

Children in the most deprived area of the country have seen a huge improvement in their outcomes at the end of the EYFS following a major programme of targeted Government investment.

The Pre-school Learning Alliance has teamed up with the Department for Education and Ofsted to tackle workload pressures on early years staff.

MPs have been left 'frustrated' by the Government's rejection of a new national early intervention strategy to tackle childhood adversity and trauma.

The early years community has reacted with horror to reports of a new Government scheme that involves Clarks staff helping children to develop language skills.