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NDNA held its annual National Membership Council meeting at the National Early Years Enterprise Centre in Huddersfield yesterday. Read more.
A big congratulations to all the winners of the Scottish NMT Nursery Awards. Read more
A New Economic Foundation report into 30 hours funded childcare concludes that nurseries would have to pay staff below the minimum wage to remain sustainable. Read more
The number of students completing level 3 early years courses has halved over the last three years. Read more
Purnima Tanuku OBE, Chief Executive of NDNA, said: “The government must acknowledge that there is a serious problem and that we are at a crisis point with 30 hours funded childcare."
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NDNA has launched a quick survey to establish how 30 hours funded childcare is impacting on nursery businesses in England. Read more
NDNA's Chief Executive Purnima Tanuku OBE appeared on BBC Breakfast News today to discuss HMRC's apology to parents struggling to get eligibility codes. Read more
The former education secretary Nicky Morgan has demanded answers from HMRC on the performance of its Childcare Service website. NDNA has responded - read more.
Justine Greening, Education Secretary, announced schools in England will receive an additional £1.3 billion over the next two years. Read more
The Department for Education (DfE) has published a report into the 30-hour pilots ahead of full roll-out in September. Read more