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Kezia Thurgood-Parkes begins a regular blog following the progress of her degree at Sheffield Hallam.

New statistics show that the number of students starting Early Years Initial Teacher Training (EYITT) is continuing to fall with just 595 new entrants in 2017-18.

Save the Children wants to hear from private, voluntary and independent (PVI) settings and early years practitioners to inform its research into the graduate workforce.

The sector is not set up to adequately reward Early Years Teachers, but Charlotte Goddard finds that plans to open up career routes have made limited progress so far

Two early years teacher training providers have been rated 'requires improvement' by Ofsted for two years running.

Katie Walmsley, The Poppins Family, Blackburn

Nursery groups in deprived areas should be led by an early years teacher or equivalent by 2020, a new report by a coalition of more than 80 organisations recommends.

Two decades of ‘relentless’ policy changes, lack of investment and low pay have led to early years teachers feeling devalued and ready to leave their profession.

Dr Eunice Lumsden gives her views on the recent London School of Economics research, which found that graduates have little impact on children's outcomes

Following a study claiming that graduate staff and Ofsted Outstandings have little impact on children’s outcomes, a group of early years academics take issue with its methods

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