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The number of children registered with early learning and childcare services in Scotland has increased for the second year running.

Concerns have been raised by the early years sector that even with the increase in funding rates, many settings won’t be able to deliver 30 hours of free childcare sustainably.

Caroline Dinenage visited the Co-operative nursery in Swindon, the first in a series of visits to the area trialling the 30-hour childcare offer.

The gap between the quality of early years provision in poorer areas of the country and the more affluent has narrowed during Sir Michael Wilshaw's time as chief inspector.

Opportunities to narrow the achievement gap between looked- after children and their peers are being missed, because too few receive high-quality early education.

A Middlesbrough nursery has introduced ‘drop and shop’ sessions to give parents some ‘me time’.

Owner of Maisie Poppins Childcare in Hackney.

A cross-party group of MPs is calling on the Government to safeguard the future of maintained nursery schools.

The Scottish Government has named the three local authorities that will trial delivery of its expanded early learning and childcare scheme next year.

The Family and Childcare Trust is calling on the Government to commit new funding to improve early education and childcare.