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INA Nanny of the Year 2016

The Government has dispensed with the Early Years Apprenticeship Trailblazer Group following a long-running stand-off over the inclusion of ‘reasonable equivalents’ to GCSE English and Maths in the new Level 3 apprenticeship standard.

Just under three-quarters of parents would rather send their child to a nursery with an early years teacher than one without, new research suggests.

New research finds that attending an outstanding nursery, or one with graduate staff, has a limited benefit to children's educational attainment.

The Nursery World Show 2017 proved to be a fantastic two days for the early years community

A survey of nearly 1,000 school support staff by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, reveals that almost eight in ten believe they are doing the job of a supply teacher.

A survey of the children and young people’s workforce reveals a gap in initial training on children’s speech, language and communication needs.

New research from the Family and Childcare Trust raises concerns over the availability and quality of childcare when the 30 hours starts in September.

The search has begun for the top early years organisations, people, initiatives and resources for the Nursery World Awards 2017, so it’s time to shout about your successes

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