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Following confirmation of the Reception baseline providers earlier this month, schools that want to use the baseline during the pilot year from this September have until April to sign up.
Teachers, social workers and council leaders could be sent to prison for five years if they fail to act on suspicions of child abuse.
Two leading early years organisations are recommending that schools should not introduce the baseline.
Education and childcare minister Sam Gyimah invited guests from across the early years sector to a formal reception in London's Lancaster House yesterday.
What are the Green Party's key early years policies?
A new series of Sooty educational DVDs, designed to support the Early Years Foundation Stage, are due...
The new chief executive of Montessori St Nicholas took up his post on 5 January.
Jane Lane asks what lessons should be learned from the recent incidents of racism from football supporters...
Tim Loughton MP calls for cross-party support and a policy rethink on supporting children in their earliest...
05 November 2014
The final part of the Nursery World early years trip to Finland and Sweden was spent in the lovely city of Stockholm.
03 November 2014
Our time in Finland continued with a visit to pre-school services in Espoo, a city in the municipality of Helsinki.