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At a recent conference I listened to a presentation on the Early Years Professional initiative. As a training provider this development strikes me as very sound. It marks the coming of age of the childcare profession - a long-overdue opportunity to confirm...

Once again, Scotland looks set to come up with a system that those south of the border will eye with envy, as the new gradings for care services are unveiled (see news, page 8).


A degree doesn't make you a more capable person to look after children unless it's a teaching/childcare degree. What about those who have a degree in geography, does that make them more competent?

Far too many of the poorest children aren't accessing quality childcare and early education.

A stand against EYFS

No one can claim to be suprised at the EYFS now that it's upon us.

Old attitudes towards social class and discipline inhibit early education, says Helen Penn.

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