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A blog (www.studioarthur.co.uk) ostensibly by a six-month-old baby who recreates scenes from classic movies is attracting 50,000 hits a month, reported the Metro.

A consultation on changes to the free entitlement has been launched by the Government, in advance of increasing the number of two-year-olds who will be eligible for 15 hours of early education from September 2013 to around 140,000 children.

Plans to rationalise the sector's 361 early years qualifications in the light of the Nutbrown Review have been put on hold by the Children's Workforce Development Council.

A child from Looby Lou's Day Nursery in Northallerton, North Yorkshire, takes a rest from collecting leaves.

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The early education and childcare qualifications review, launched on 28 October, is aiming to strengthen the training, qualifications and career opportunities of all those working in the sector.

Children dressed as witches, skeletons and vampires get more sweets on Halloween than those in Freddie Krueger or Scream outfits, according to a survey of 2,000 adults by George at Asda, reported in the Daily Telegraph, which said that people's generosity is heavily influenced by the quality of costumes on children turning up at their door.

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