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A scheme which provides unemployed parents in parts of Wales with childcare support to take up training and employment is being extended to the rest of the country.

A new report recommends early years settings provide parents with guidance on the type of apps that support children’s learning.

The Family and Childcare Trust is calling on the Government to invest the £535 million savings from delayed Tax-Free Childcare as capital funding, so that local authorities and providers can offer more flexible places.

A year on from the introduction of new Special Educational Needs reforms, and parents of autistic children are still having to battle to get the right support, a charity warns.

A programme to reverse the trend in children starting school without the skills they need to learn, is to be expanded to 80 communities across England.

Children are waiting more than three and half years for an autism diagnosis, pushing families to breaking point, warns a national charity.

Firefighters across England are working with councils to tackle childhood obesity and cut sudden infant deaths.

The health psychologist Anna Lucas is the new child obesity programme manager for early years at Public Health England (PHE).

More than seven in ten parents say childcarers have played a 'significant role' in getting their child ready to start school.

Parents earning the minimum wage are on the 'brink of a new crisis in family finances' that will leave many stranded when meeting no-frills costs, warns a new report.