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How are key areas such as safeguarding going to be inspected under the new framework? In the final part of this series, the Pre-School Learning Alliance's Michael Freeston breaks it down.
Early years expertise does not feature heavily in serious case reviews, but there is much to be learned from these documents. Jessica Johnson, co-author of a report on the subject, explains.
Training that 'shows' rather than 'tells' tends to have more impact, and one safeguarding course using real-life scenarios played by actors helped Ann Hall and her team understand what good practice feels like.
The Government has announced plans for a new law requiring nurseries to train more practitioners in first aid. Ruth Stokes looks at the practical implications, and how to prepare.
Children with parents in prison have a unique set of challenges to contend with, but the right sort of help targeted at prisoner families can have a positive impact on their futures. Ruth Stokes looks at some of the difficulties families face and what is being done to combat them.
What happens if a serious allegation of wrongdoing is made against a member of a nursery's staff? Charlotte Goddard and Hannah Crown provide a legal overview and explore the thorny issues.
What do you need to know about domestic abuse? By Public Health England
Jacqui Mann on navigating tricky waters between Ofsted and employment law
Children in care have complex needs. Jackie Cosh reviews the guidance and legislation relevant to nurseries, plus training options.
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