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What price are the most vulnerable children paying for the Government’s flagship childcare policy? Our FOI investigation reveals that nearly a fifth of councils have cut nursery places in the past year or are currently doing so.

School leaders’ union NAHT has warned that without sufficient funding, the SEN code of practice is nothing more than an ‘empty promise’.

Early years settings in Kent have raised concerns about cuts to the level of funding for children with special educational needs and disabilities.

We, Canterbury Early Years United Collaboration, are writing to express our deep concern regarding the lack of funding for young children with SEND.

At London setting Tuffkid – from the Hebrew word meaning ‘purpose’ – children with SEND flourish alongside their mainstream peers, explains Annette Rawstrone

What are the developmental impacts on children of being born prematurely, and how are schools accommodating their needs? Charlotte Goddard reports

How the practitioners at one nursery group have become confident in supporting the needs of visually impaired children. By Annette Rawstrone

More than a year after its launch, has the Workforce Strategy delivered? Charlotte Goddard provides a systematic analysis of each section

Nursery World's one-day conference on 6 July will offer expert advice on meeting young children's emerging special educational needs in a complex and challenging landscape.

Local authorities will be able to access Government funding to improve facilities and create more school places for children and young people with special education needs and disabilities.