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Former head of early years Pennie Akehurst looks forward to the Education Inspection Framework, set to launch in September 2019

When it comes to vulnerable children, how should settings approach areas such as assessment and planning and performance management, asks Pennie Akehurst

With the 30 hours leading to more children attending multiple settings, Pennie Akehurst finds the common areas settings can improve on when it comes to working together

When it comes to vulnerable children, how should settings approach areas such as assessment and planning and performance management, asks Pennie Akehurst

Pennie Akehurst, a former council head of early years and childcare, finds the common reasons why settings fall down on teaching and learning

Pennie Akehurst asks Fiona Holiday, a certified therapeutic play practitioner, what must be in place to meet the needs of children and get the best out of them

When it comes to meeting the needs of children, Pennie Akehurst’s analysis of Ofsted inspection reports finds that meeting the needs of staff is the first step

Are you using the most recent Government documents giving advice on early years and safeguarding legislation?

Following her article last month on monitoring and evaluation systems, Pennie Akehurst looks at how to develop a new system of self-evaluation

Pennie Akehurst, former head of the Early Years and Childcare Service at Derbyshire County Council, looks at how settings can replace the recently axed Ofsted self-evaluation form

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