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A new online training programme has been launched to help childminders support children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), looked-after children and those vulnerable to poor outcomes.
Great-grandmother Joan Porter has become a fi rst-time children's author at the age of 85. Ms Porter originally trained as a children's nurse and invented bedtime stories for patients and her own children.
At a fantastic evening at The Brewery in London, Atelier Nursery took the Nursery of the Year award, just one of many worthy winners.
An early years ‘business healthcheck’ website to replace the now defunct 4Children version, is due to be relaunched in the new year.
The Nursery World Show 2017 will be bigger and better than ever, with a fantastic two days of exhibition, seminars and masterclasses in prospect on 3 and 4 February.
Building is due to start on a multi-million pound school expansion which will provide brand new premises for a pre-school that has spent nearly 16 years in an outdoor cabin.
Free activity sheets to support children’s school readiness have been published by a national family support charity.
A village pre-school facing closure to make way for a reception class expansion, is campaigning to fund ‘essential and desperately needed’ new premises.
Students at West Kent College enjoyed taking part in a competition to create a speech, language and communication resource for two-year-olds.
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