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Parents in the most deprived parts of the country and on low incomes are much less likely to use or be aware of 30-hour childcare.
Disadvantaged children are missing out on funded childcare, local authorities have warned.
Teachers working in Leicester City’s children’s centres are at risk of losing their jobs because the council says it can no longer afford them.
Nurseries and pre-schools operating in large groups have a greater proportion of Outstanding grades, Ofsted’s annual report shows.
All 14 of Birmingham’s council-run nurseries are to be privatised.
Nurseries in the most polluted parts of the capital will test new air filtration systems in audits designed to cut children's exposure to toxic air.
An ex-childminder has received a suspended prison sentence for continuing to provide childcare after a member of her family was arrested for a sexual offence.
The number of nurseries and childminders in England has fallen across the country, the latest Ofsted figures reveal.
Nearly nine in ten providers offering the 30 hours in Wales agree that the rate is viable, according to findings from research into the early implementer phase of the scheme.
The sector is warning that parents could face reduced childcare choice as a Nursery World investigation reveals that smaller providers are more likely to be closing.
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