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Baseline just keeps returning despite great unpopularity with some and concern about its effects. Now what does that remind you of?
Schools need to put someone in charge of overseeing playtime to ensure children are making the most of it, says Michael Follett
Kym Scott says that Ofsted risks taking the early years backwards
Early Excellence, the training and resources organisation, shares its first thoughts on Ofsted's Bold Beginnings report, arguing that there is much more to Reception than reading, writing and maths
Professor Peter Moss explains why he thinks England's participation in the 'pre-school PISA' is a wrong move.
As a former primary head teacher, I am no great fan of statutory assessment.
At Nursery World, we always strive to provide a mix of content that will meet the needs of everyone in the early years community.
Should infant free school meals be free for all? In reality they are an 'expensive gimmick' that subsidises middle-class parents, argues Lewis Brown.
In an essay published in 1893, educational reformer and philosopher John Dewey said we should 'cease conceiving of education as mere preparation for later life, and make it the full meaning of the present life'.
New childcare and education minister Sam Gyimah certainly didn't duck the issue of schools and nursery provision in his first public speech at Policy Exchange.
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