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Childminder agencies are due to become law in a year's time, and the Government's proposals are causing increasing alarm.
The Royal baby may be in line for succession as monarch of the whole UK, but devolution seems to be increasingly afoot in terms of policies on early years.
Does the fact that Development Matters has been moved from the Department for Education's EYFS section of its website matter?
Find support for taking on funded two-year-olds, says Liz Roberts
The Government climbdown on the proposal to relax the staff:child ratios in nurseries and childminders felt like a huge victory for the early years sector.
The Government has provided 2 million for an Apprenticeship Bursary Scheme for 1,000 early years students.
An increasing number of nurseries say their inspection 'requires improvement'
What's next in the fight against ratio changes?
What a hectic week it has been - both for the early years sector and for Nursery World!
You could almost hear the collective cheer from the early years sector that went up when Professor Cathy Nutbrown finally unleashed her disparaging response to the Government proposals in 'More Great Childcare'.
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