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In the first instalment of her monthly online journal, trainee EYT Emma Davis talks about her interview and impressions of starting the new course

Winner - Jessica Curbishley, Deputy manager, Woodlands Day Nursery, Timperley, Cheshire

In the final part of her training series, Charlotte Goddard discovers how one Teach First graduate went from working with very small life forms to educating very small humans.

The School Direct route gave one practitioner opportunities for practical learning and development - and ultimately a PGCE with EYT Status. Charlotte Goddard reports.

Early Years Teachers will no longer need GCSE English and Maths at grade C and above to count in Level 3 workforce ratios, following yet another Government revision to qualification requirements.

Training to become an Early Years Teacher doesn't have to take an entire year. Charlotte Goddard meets an experienced nursery practitioner who took a shorter route to the qualification.

The Government has decided to review rules on GCSE equivalents after it emerged that they may disqualify childcare graduates from being able to count in ratios.

A pilot Early Years Teacher training course, which trained staff for Bright Horizons, has been scrapped for September due to lack of demand.

Half of all nurseries are saying that they can’t find staff to fill vacancies, according to the new National Day Nurseries Association Workforce survey.

In her third article on Early Years Teacher training options, Charlotte Goddard finds out how one aspiring practitioner is combining the qualification with her undergraduate degree