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The number of nursery places for two-year-olds will be extended to 40 per cent of children, from 2014-15.

Private nurseries and childminders across the country are stepping in to offer emergency care for school children during tomorrow's public sector strike.

Children at Wagtails Childcare in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, baked and decorated spotty cakes to sell to family and friends for the BBC's Children in Need appeal, whose theme this year was 'Show Your Spots.'

See what nurseries across the country have been up to.

Last week Ofsted published its annual report, which showed an increase to the number of early years settings gaining good and outstanding grades.

Nurseries are to be paid to encourage parents to have their children vaccinated, in a new scheme designed to boost the vaccination rate of under-fives.

Children's minister Sarah Teather has urged the early years sector to feed into the Government's consultation on changes to the free entitlement, particularly with regard to places for disadvantaged two-year-olds.

The Fareham, Hampshire, nursery run by KIDS, one of two nurseries operated by the charity, which works with disabled children and their families, has been rated outstanding by Ofsted.

Lincolnshire-based nursery group Town and Country Kiddies has invested 400,000 in transforming a former children's home into a state-of-the-art nursery which will open in the spring.

Low-income families in 2015 will have to find over 60 per cent more of their own money to pay for childcare compared with 2006, according to new research.