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Published 16 November 2023

Hempsall’s joins the Coram Group to become Coram Hempsall’s

The Coram Group has today announced that the leading children’s sector consultancy and training organisation Hempsall’s has joined the Group, and will become Coram Hempsall’s.

Published 20 July 2023

A Coram evaluation of Family Hubs in six local authorities highlights the importance of strong local partnerships

The evaluation carried out by Coram’s Impact and Evaluation team and Coram Family and Childcare, funded by the Local Government Association, follows the government’s £301.75m investment in Family Hubs until 2025.

Published 18 July 2023

Families face growing holiday childcare shortages this summer

As families gear up for the school summer holidays, Coram Family and Childcare’s 18th annual Holiday Childcare Survey published today reveals significant gaps in the availability of holiday childcare in England, with drops across all categories of provision over the last year.

Published 25 May 2023

New research: disadvantaged children miss out as the Government’s childcare plans fail to level up children’s chances

The Government’s planned £4billion investment in childcare will disproportionately benefit higher income families unless it is retargeted to help the most disadvantaged children, say Coram Family and Childcare and The Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Published 15 March 2023

Coram Family and Childcare responds to Budget 2023 childcare announcements

Megan Jarvie, Head of Coram Family and Childcare, comments on the Budget 2023 announcement that free childcare will be expanded to one and two-year olds in England.

Published 9 March 2023

Coram survey finds childcare shortages nationwide with the most disadvantaged children missing out

Coram Family and Childcare’s 22nd annual Childcare Survey published today reveals a sharp drop in childcare availability across England over the past year, with only half of local areas reporting sufficient childcare for children under two, a decrease of 7% on 2022, and under half (48%) reporting enough childcare for parents working full-time, a decrease of 11% on last year.