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The Government needs to end disparity between EYTS and QTS if we’re to recruit more graduates into early years settings, says Deborah Harris, senior lecturer in Early Childhood Education and Care at Newman University

The Government’s Review of childcare costs is supposed to set the sector’s mind at rest – but it only muddies the water further, says Neil Leitch, chief executive of the Pre-school Learning Alliance

Gill Jones, Ofsted Early Education Deputy Director explains the move to bring early years inspections in house

Sam Gyimah, minister for education and childcare, argues that the early years sector needs to get behind the 30 hours free childcare policy

With the proportion of men working in early years stuck at just two per cent, it's time for the Government to set recruitment targets to address the gender imbalance once and for all, says David Wright.

Having successfully solved food and cooking conundrums for thousands of parents and early years providers, leading food expert and cookery author Annabel Karmel MBE has joined Nursery World to answer all your food and feeding questions.

Part 4: Trainee EYT Emma Davis gives wrapping paper a maths focus and has to contend with an observation on her first day back

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