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More than 22,000 parents have not yet taken up a 30 hours place they are eligible for, according to new DfE figures, and only three-quarters of codes issued for January have so far been validated.

One million children living in poverty will miss out on free school meals under universal credit, according to an analysis by the Children’s Society.

The Welsh government has unveiled a 10-year plan to develop the early years, childcare and play workforce to deliver its commitment to offer 30-hour childcare for working parents.

Gill Jones shares her thoughts on Ofsted's annual report and the debate surrounding the inspectorate's 'Bold Beginnings' report.

A petition against plans to cut Norfolk County Council’s children’s centre budget has attracted more than 5,000 signatures.

A new Government plan to boost social mobility has pledged £50m to increase school-based nursery places and close the 'word gap'.

The EYFS has weaknesses and should be improved to ensure children are better prepared for the national curriculum, Ofsted has said.

From next year, 'more than a hundred' nurseries in Wales will be exempt from paying business rates.

Ofsted chief inspector Amanda Spielman has hit back at critics of the inspectorate’s ‘Bold Beginnings’ report.

Make sure to visit the Early Years Careers Zone, sponsored by LEYF, while you are at the Nursery World Show 2018

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