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Interview - Dr Sara Bonetti, Education Policy Institute

  • Tuesday, September 1, 2020
Research commissioned by the Social Mobility Commission has found one in eight early years workers earns less than £5 an hour. The report highlights low pay and lack of career and training opportunities among the key barriers to a stable workforce. Report author Dr Bonetti discusses the findings

Interview - Professor Rachel Holmes

  • Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Professor Holmes was one of the contributors to the Birth To Three Matters framework and leads the Children and Childhood Research Group at Manchester Metropolitan University, which is currently investigating the impact of the framework and how it lives on in practice today.

Interview - Brett Wigdortz, founder of Tiney

  • Tuesday, June 2, 2020
After 15 years of leading the education charity Teach First, Brett Wigdortz set up early years education company Tiney in 2019. Tiney’s mission is ‘to empower a generation of micro-entrepreneurs to deliver amazing care from their own homes’. Since the lockdown, Tiney has received a surge in applications, many from people reconsidering their careers.

Interview: Jackie Marsh

  • Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Professor of education at the University of Sheffield, and chair of the DfE’s expert panel, which has accredited apps for home learning on the Hungry Little Minds website. This gives parents access to video tips, advice and suggested games to help with early learning for their children from birth to five.

Interview - Laura Henry-Allain

  • Monday, March 2, 2020
Well-known trainer, author and creator of the children’s picturebook series Jo-Jo and GranGran, which has been turned into a CBeebies TV series

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