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I had the pleasure of being invited to speak at the Northamptonshire Childminding Conference in September.
Dr Alice Bradbury and Dr Guy Roberts-Holmes of UCL Institute of Education argue that the policy to bring back the Baseline is discredited and that Government should abandon these plans.
Cuts to services are not the only reason children are not 'ready' for school, says Sally Goddard-Blythe.
You have probably been following the stories in the papers on Clarks*.
It's clear that nurseries and childminders benefit the majority of children, regardless of background,says Professor Edward Melhuish, lead author of the latest SEED research
Professor Peter Moss explains why he thinks England's participation in the 'pre-school PISA' is a wrong move.
As a former primary head teacher, I am no great fan of statutory assessment.
It may sound strange, but we know very little about children’s physical activity (PA) in daycare and nurseries. How physically active are children really? What instigates PA?
Saku Tuominen, creative director of HundrED, a mission from Finland to help schools change by sharing inspiring innovations in education
By understanding how the body responds to stress, early years workers can nurture young children's future well-being, says Dr Janet Rose.
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