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How can settings ensure that staff are fully trained up on safeguarding procedures? Hannah Crown looks at good practice at Little Rainbows Day Nursery

The Government is consulting on plans to increase Ofsted registration fees for early years providers and revise provider type categories.

The Department for Education has launched a consultation into increasing registration fees for early years providers, as well as whether provider type categories need revising.

Settings should avoid ‘a Tesco-delivery’ model of early years curriculum under the new Ofsted inspection framework, Professor Elizabeth Wood has warned.

The Ofsted chief inspector has said anxiety about the creation of a two-tier system for early years inspections has been ‘whipped up’ by a handful of early years representatives.

Our resident employment lawyer Caroline Robins, Eversheds principal associate, answers your questions

Pennie Akehurst sets out key points on the new Early years inspection handbook in the second part of a series on the Ofsted documents coming into force in September

What are the common problems with recruiting suitable people, and why does this come up so much in Ofsted reports? Hannah Crown looks at good practice at Elmscot

The number of childminders is continuing to fall and has dropped by 9,000 in less than four years, the latest Ofsted figures show.

In the first of a two-part series looking at the new Ofsted handbooks, lead teacher for Bristol Early Years Kate Irvine examines what’s in the schools version