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A new study finds that some teachers in England are working more than 60 hours a week, including the time spent marking and planning during weekends and evenings.

Room manager, Busy Bees Thetford

What training is available to help practitioners support children’s early literacy? Charlotte Goddard reports

Hannah Crown and Katy Morton speak to the chair of the education and childcare route panel, Mary Isherwood, about the progress of apprenticeship standards currently being developed at Levels 2, 5 and 6

More and more settings are claiming Forest School is part of their offering. But how do you ensure it is more than just a marketing gimmick? Meredith Jones Russell reports

The Characteristics of Effective Learning aren’t just central to children’s development, but are also key to improving staff performance, argues Pennie Akehurst

More than two-thirds of nurseries in Wales have had difficulties recruiting Level 3 qualified staff, according to new research.

Join us at our Birmingham conference, on 6 December, to find out what the new Ofsted Education Inspection Framework (EIF) means for you and your practice.

The UK's leading early years show returns in 2020 with another packed programme offering two days of unrivalled insight, inspiration and innovation, and you can book your place now.

The education secretary has announced plans to increase teachers’ starting salaries to make the profession more attractive and boost recruitment.

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