The Family and Childcare Trust

Childcare factsheets and constituency profiles | May Elections 2016

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Childcare will be a key issue for many voters as a wide set of elections is set to take place. On May 5, the following elections will be held:

Childcare Survey 2016

Childcare Survey 2016

Childcare prices rise in line with inflation, but shortage of free early education worsens

£1 an hour wage increase makes good nurseries outstanding, new research finds

In for a pound: The relationship between staff wages and Ofsted grades in group-based childcare provision

A new study by the Family and Childcare Trust has found a strong link between staff pay and quali

Families award government a ‘D’ for its efforts to be family friendly

The National Family Report Card by the Family and Childcare Trust shows that the UK is failing to help families thrive

A new report by the Family and Childcare Trust shows that the UK is failing to help families thri

Access denied: Childcare sufficiency and market management

The quarter of local authorities failing to monitor childcare places in England are putting gover

Exclusion of fathers impacts children's life chances, says Parliamentary Inquiry

Children’s life chances are being affected because of a failure of early years services to active

Improving information: Special Education Needs and Disability

Local councils must provide all parents, children and young people with impartial information, ad