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Hopefully Kemi Badenoch, the new Minister for Children and Families, will do something about the early years funding crisis

Let’s look for signs of progress and reasons for optimism, despite valid concerns about some developments in the early years sector

The early years sector is gearing up for the new Education Inspection Framework as concerns remain about some aspects

With our nation and its political leaders stuck in a Brexit loop, we must continue to act to prevent environmental disaster

The new draft curriculum for Wales looks to be moving in an encouraging direction, but it will ask a lot of the workforce

We need sustained and radical action, including in early years settings and schools, to tackle the child obesity problem

Listening to children’s perspectives on what they need to settle into school should change views on what ‘school-ready’ means

It is increasingly untenable that the law refuses to recognise private and voluntary nurseries as ‘educational establishments’

We need to ensure we preserve our sense of horror at the effects of poverty on the growing number of families with young children

The battle for the soul of Reception class practice is growing fiercer and its place in the Early Years Foundation Stage looks shaky.

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