DfE sparks outcry after revealing new early years funding rates


The minimum hourly rate for three and four-year-olds will increase by 8p.

The new figures also show that all local authorities in England will receive an increase of 8p per hour, per child for two-year-old places.
The new figures also show that all local authorities in England will receive an increase of 8p per hour, per child for two-year-old places.

Register now to get access to more of our great articles.

Thank you for visiting Early Years Educator and making use of our archive of expert features, practical activity ideas and news. Why not register today and the enjoy the following great benefits:

  • Weekly email newsletters, providing you themed activity ideas, topical features and news
  • Unlimited access to news and selected features.
  • Access to 4 free articles per month from our practical database.
Register for free

Already registered? - Sign in here

Keep up to date with Early Years!

Sign up for our newsletter and keep up to date with Early Years education, process and events! We promise we won't spam you!