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The world’s largest early years setting has opened in Singapore with more than 2,000 childcare places.

Schools are advertising teaching assistant apprentice jobs at just £3.50 an hour, according to new analysis.

Lack of early years funding is leaving children less ready for school than five years ago, according to a new survey of school leaders.

An evaluation of the second round of the 30 hours pilot found the majority of providers were willing and able to offer the extended entitlement, says the DfE.

The gap between disadvantaged and advantaged children is closing, but at a very slow rate, finds a new report on social mobility.

The Department for Education’s updated operational guidance now says that parents taking up the 30 hours can 'expect to' pay for meals, consumables and activities offered by the provider.

Teaching unions have dismissed the £1.3 billion earmarked for schools by the education secretary as ‘smoke and mirrors’ and insufficient to make up losses.

Robert Halfon, MP for Harlow, has been elected as the new chair of the education select committee.

A Relationships Education programme is being developed to help schools prepare for when sex and relationships education (SRE) becomes compulsory in 2019.

The Department for Education has confirmed England will take part in an international pilot study that will see five-year-olds subjected to a series of 'tests'.