Legislation and regulation of the nursery, childcare & early years education sector, including Nursery World's tracker of current consultations and legislation in progress as well as policy guides to the most important laws affecting the sector.
The Government has removed the disqualification by association rule for childcare practitioners in non-domestic settings and schools.
Registered childminders in Wales will be able to provide funded places for related children that do not live with them from September.
The DfE has confirmed that the early years T-Level will provide students with a licence to practice upon completion.
Awarding bodies and sector organisations have raised concerns that the early years T-Level won’t equip students with a licence to practice.
The DfE is steaming ahead with a consultation on the content of the T-Level in education and childcare, sparking criticism for the two week deadline it has given.
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A guide to the 241-page Children and Families Act, which became law on 13 March 2014.
The main points summarised by Mary Evans
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