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A series of free workshops has been launched to encourage more intergenerational experiences.
The future ‘looks bleak’ for the Early Years Teacher (EYT) qualification as numbers taking up the training plummet and more providers drop the course.
First male Norland College graduates
The challenges of the early years workforce and how to overcome them will be the focus of a half-day conference next month.
The Early Childhood Studies Degree Network (ECSDN) has issued an open call for papers for its research conference.
A new trailblazer group has been set up to continue working on the early years apprenticeship standards, Nursery World has learned.
The number of people starting the Early Years Teacher course has dropped by a third since last year, new figures reveal.
Care team nursery nurse at Helen and Douglas House Hospice, Oxford
Research shows a decline in the number of Level 3 childminders and fewer with any sector-related qualifications.
Manager, Elloughton Private Nursery, East Yorkshire
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