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The Government has confirmed it has no plans to scrap business rates for nurseries in England.
The children’s minister has sought to reassure MPs that the Department for Education is looking into the costs of the 30-hour offer, while denying nursery closures are 'widespread'.
Children’s outcomes will become a less prominent feature of inspections, while the quality of education will become a key focus, Amanda Spielman announced today.
Get ready to air your views on vital topics for the early years sector in our Big Debates at the Nursery World Business Summit on 14 November.
The National Day Nurseries Association has written to the chancellor and the education secretary calling for the Government to scrap business rates for nurseries in England.
The Institute for Apprenticeships has responded to criticism that it is not listening to employers following the resignation of Busy Bees from the trailblazer group.
A petition calling on the Government to scrap business rates for nurseries in England has reached 9,000 signatures.
Ceeda's About Early Years Annual Report, published today, confirms funding challenges, workforce shortages and inequity of access to places.
All nurseries in Wales will be exempt from business rates from April 2019 as part of plans to help the childcare sector to expand.
Busy Bees has sensationally resigned from the chair of the early years trailblazer group after trying for 18 months to get the Level 3 apprenticeship standard released, Nursery World can reveal.
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