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Kezia Thurgood-Parkes begins a regular blog following the progress of her degree at Sheffield Hallam.

An MA in education led Laura Andrews to shift her approach to mentoring. By Gabriella Jozwiak

Budget and time constraints are limiting FE early years lecturers’ access to CPD, raising sector concerns. By Charlotte Goddard

Is it really possible for leaders of unconnected settings to work together for the mutual benefit of all, including the children? Yes, explains Carla Solvason

The GCSE maths and English requirement for Level 3 has been scrapped, but many settings are still struggling to hire and retain quality staff. Jo Parkes speaks to some chains to find out why

Sarah Fillingham of Portico Nursery Group was named Nursery Operations/Regional Manager of the Year at the 2017 Nursery World Awards.

What difference can collaborative working make in the early years? Carla Solvason reports from a project to create clusters of schools to share expertise

Careers advice has long been a Cinderella service in schools. But with a massive shortage of early years staff, a new careers advice drive and the early years workforce strategy, there is finally a path to change, finds Charlotte Goddard

Our resident employment lawyer, Caroline Robins, senior associate solicitor at Eversheds Sutherland, answers your questions

Courses on supporting families from diverse cultural backgrounds have helped one setting's understanding and communication. By Gabriella Jozwiak