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There are just a few days left to apply for a PhD bursary in the field of early years education, offered by the Centre for Research in Early Childhood (CREC), in Birmingham.

Nikki Fairchild describes how this month's learning journeys have been thought provoking and stimulating for candidates across the four pathways. Meanwhile the university gets ready to welcome its next cohort of budding EYPs

By the Child Action Development Trust (CAPT, 12, order through sales@capt.org.uk)

During your inspection it is important to show that children are confident about communicating with staff. Laura Henry suggests undertaking an audit to gauge the quality of interactions.

By Ann Langston & Jonathan Doherty (Featherstone, 18.99, ISBN 9781408163948)

Karen Faux looks at a course focusing on physical development and its links with other Prime areas.

Under the Childcare Act 2006, local authorities have a duty to provide information, advice and training to early years providers to enable them to deliver the Early Years Foundation Stage.

Teachers in England and Wales will get pay rises based on performance rather than the length of service, after the Government accepted today all of the proposals in a report by the School Teachers' Review Body (STRB).

Effective supervision is essential under the EYFS and there is plenty of theory to guide practitioners. But how easy is to put theory into practice? In a new online series, Julie Coakley, manager at LEYF's Colville Nursery in west London, provides a personal account of her own learning journey.

The best early years provision overall is found in group settings, Ofsted's annual report on early years has found.