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More than two-thirds of children’s centres have had their budgets cut this financial year and 130 are at risk of closure, new research shows.

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.

Running cookery classes for parents and carers is one way that nurseries can help promote healthy eating beyond the setting. Charlotte Goddard reports.

How are key areas such as safeguarding going to be inspected under the new framework? In the final part of this series, the Pre-School Learning Alliance's Michael Freeston breaks it down.

How much technology is healthy for children, and how can you get a good balance? Penny Tassoni sets out what you need to know.

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

Some nurseries are now running parenting classes on attachment. So how should nursery practitioners, who lack clinical experience, broach such an important subject? Hannah Crown reports.

In the first instalment in a new series on the integrated review, Dr Kay Mathieson looks at why the process is a key opportunity to improve relationships with parents and carers.

The transition to formal learning needs to be handled with sensitivity to help children and parents adapt, says Working Mum.

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.