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Childcare providers are reporting confusion among parents about confirming their eligibility for the 30 hours, putting their funded place at risk.

A new report calls for Governments worldwide to prioritise early childhood development.

A new report suggests a ‘bleak future’ for school breakfast clubs as more than four in ten teachers say their club will close in the next three years.

HMRC has apologised for the difficulties faced by parents trying to access its Childcare Service.

The Home-Start network has received funding of almost £900,000 from the National Lottery to expand its services.

An evaluation of the 30-hour pilot areas concludes there is 'no specific reason' to believe that the policy will not be a success.

A poll of 1,000 parents by Grandparents Plus has found that one in four parents would give up work without help from grandparents with childcare.

New research suggest that early years settings, schools and healthcare providers need to work harder to support the ongoing needs of children who are born prematurely.

A programme in which schools provide food and support to families in need during the summer holidays has been expanded, following a pilot of the scheme.

Fathers who play with their babies when they are just a few months old contribute to their early development.