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New research reveals the two-child limit under universal credit and tax credits will result in hundreds of thousands more children in poverty, once universal credit is fully rolled out in 2023-2024.

Recruitment in the early years workforce is the focus of a study being carried out by NatCen, who are looking for managers and practitioners to take part.

The National Children’s Bureau has been appointed the early years stakeholder lead by the Department for Education.

The much anticipated Level 3 early years apprenticeship standard has been approved for delivery.

New research has found that targeted music lessons for under-fives in deprived areas help to close the gap, particularly for children with complex needs.

Northamptonshire county council has gone ahead with its proposed cuts to funding supplements paid to providers.

The Department for Education (DfE) wants to set up a home-educated register to help councils identify and intervene when children are at risk of harm or not receiving a good standard of education.

Busy Bees has installed 350 defibrillators in settings to safeguard children, staff and parents as part of Family Safety Week.

A letter from the National Education Union (NEU) urging the education secretary Damian Hinds to end the school funding crisis has been signed by 1,115 local councillors.

Children growing up in poverty are going hungry and experiencing feelings of shame and social exclusion due to lack of money and food, according to new research.

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