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A legal challenge against Buckinghamshire County Council’s decision to shut more than half of its children’s centres at the High Court in London came to a close yesterday.
The Government will spend more than £10,000 on each childcare T- level in a bid to boost the numbers taking this new Level 3 programme.
Music licensing bodies PPL and PRS for Music have confirmed that private and voluntary nurseries are not considered ‘educational establishments’ in the way that maintained nursery schools and schools are, so they must pay for a licence to play recorded music.
The baseline test at age four and primary school testing would be axed under a Labour Government, Jeremy Corbyn has told teachers.
A poll has found that 15 per cent of workers under 24 do not receive a payslip, ahead of a change to the law that means that all workers are now legally entitled to one.
Wales is today introducing legislation to end the physical punishment of children.
Unions and charities have expressed their disappointment at the Chancellor’s failure to commit to helping schools and early years in his Spring Statement.
Alison Whateley from Farnham, Surrey, has been found guilty of watching online videos of young children being sexually assaulted.
Children in the most deprived area of the country have seen a huge improvement in their outcomes at the end of the EYFS following a major programme of targeted Government investment.
Bright Horizons has lost its case in the high court to extend one of its settings after a judge ruled a nursery is not a ‘school’ and therefore does not benefit from the same planning rights.
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