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Joanne Fisher talks to Jackie Cosh about what her role involves.

Susan Carter tells Jackie Cosh about her role at Busy Bears in Durham.

There are more than a million children aged between five and 18 years in UK schools who speak in excess of 360 languages between them in addition to English. Anne Hayes explains career opportunities

Childcare assessors are employed by approved Government-funded colleges and training providers to assess the occupational competencies of apprentices and NVQ learners in the workplace.

Both small and large nursery groups employ regional managers as part of their operational teams to oversee quality across all of their sites and ensure that the company's strategic vision is achieved.

Despite the recession, there are still entrepreneurs willing to take on the challenge of launching a day nursery. By Anne Hayes

The specialist leader of education (SLE) is a new role first introduced in the Department for Education's 2010 Schools White Paper - 'The Importance of Teaching'.

Steiner Waldorf education is founded on the work of the Austrian philosopher and educationalist Rudolf Steiner, who also influenced the fields of music, drama, architecture, finance, medicine and agriculture.

Higher level teaching assistant (HLTA) status gives recognition to the vital contribution that school support staff make to pupils' learning and achievement and provides a welcome option for career progression.

Following the recent review of training and funding for educational psychologists (EPs), the Government has pledged 16m to support EP training over the next three years.

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