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Students are gearing up for work placements and development reviews. And in the midst of the festive season they are also focusing on the wider rights of the child, through organisations such as Children in Crisis, says Nikki Fairchild

Programme co-ordinator Nikki Fairchild describes how training for the first cohort of Early Years Teachers has got off to a strong start

Director of PBD training and nursery owner Ross Midgley critiques the Department for Education's (DfE) survey for parents on ratios and the qualifications of practitioners.

Education and Childcare Minister Elizabeth Truss answers Nursery World readers' questions about More Great Childcare and More Affordable Childcare

Yvette Oliver-Mighten of @Home Childcare makes the case for childminder agencies

Nikki Fairchild describes how it's now full-steam ahead at Chichester University to start delivering the new Early Years Teacher programme

If new practitioners are trained in a new qualification that doesn't even mention play, will they be the informed professionals that children deserve?

The Early Years Teacher standards have a vital role in shaping the nature of the work that early years teachers will undertake and the training towards meeting those standards.

The Government has provided 2 million for an Apprenticeship Bursary Scheme for 1,000 early years students.

Like nursing, early years is a profession that demands compassion, says Dr Geoff Taggart

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