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More than a Score launched the next stage of their campaign against the Reception Baseline at the Nursery World Show.

Cross-party MPs will warn ministers that all of England’s maintained nursery schools are at real risk of closure, threatening the life chances of vulnerable children, in a debate in the main chamber of Parliament today.

Clarks has pledged to train all 6,500 of its staff in developing children’s speech, language and communication skills and engaging with families in stores across the country.

The introduction of 30-hour childcare has led to ‘a possible trade-off’ between provision for disadvantaged two-year-olds and that for three- and four-year-olds, research suggests.

Universal early years services continue to bear the brunt of cuts to public health services, with no targeted help for children and families in poverty, children’s doctors warn today.

Nursery World looks in detail at how Ofsted plans to change early years inspection.

Early years workers are in a position of ‘high financial insecurity’, with more than 44 per cent claiming benefits and tax credits, according to a report.

Early years organisations and teaching unions have given a lukewarm response to Ofsted’s plans to overhaul inspection.

Early years staff are now earning similar amounts to hairdressers after suffering a real-term pay loss of 5 per cent since 2013, reveals report.

Ofsted has launched a consultation on plans to change the way it inspects early years settings, schools and further education and skills providers.