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Early years practitioners are ‘failing’ young children over maths skills, a campaign group has said.
More nurseries are playing a major role in delivering training courses for EYTs. Hannah Crown reviews their performance.
Nurseries can now tender for the School Direct programme, an initiative to train Early Years Teachers by giving nurseries more control over the training of their workforce.
Winner - Kathryn Learner, early years specialist teacher, Bright Horizons.
Over the past year, 43 trainees have become EYTs.
The Government's consultation on the introduction of the Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) encourages early years providers to use the funding to make their settings 'teacher-led'.
Gabriella Jozwiak investigates how the Government's new Early Years Teacher Status is viewed by those working in the sector.
A flurry of activity is underway as students prepare for their final setting visits, says Chichester University’s Nikki Fairchild in her penultimate diary
Early years initial teacher training requires experience of Key Stage 1, but this should not stop childminders from taking Early Years Teacher courses.
Some childminders are being put off enrolling for Early Years Teacher courses in September because of the requirement to undertake at least two weeks' work experience in a school.
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