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Feedback from the new inspections is heartening, writes Gill Jones

The scale of cuts to Sure Start centres over the past five years has been truly frightening, says Dave Prentis

Linda Symons, owner of Kidz Kabin, London, says the 30-hour policy is untenable, and parents should know the truth about the cost

Lucy Powell, Labour’s shadow education secretary, promises strong action on childcare policy

Should infant free school meals be free for all? In reality they are an 'expensive gimmick' that subsidises middle-class parents, argues Lewis Brown.

Contrary to the findings of previous American research, spending time in daycare does not lead to problem behaviours in young children, argue Eric Dearing and Henrik Daae Zachrisson

Pre-school Learning Alliance Chief Executive Neil Leitch says the Government must look at the evidence when revising free hours funding

As students receive their GCSE results, Ross Midgley, managing director of PBD Early Years Training, argues that functional skills testing is not rigorous enough to ensure good standards.

The publication of this year’s Ofsted early years annual report should have been cause for celebration for the private, voluntary and independent sector, says Neil Leitch

While there was a lot to celebrate in Ofsted's annual early years report, Sir Michael Wilshaw's drive for more of the poorest twos in schools is more of a challenge, says Penny Tassoni