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The Liberal Democrats would ensure that Early Years Teachers would be able to achieve qualified teacher status.

The London Early Years Foundation is sending scores of staff on an external leadership course to ensure that at least 50 per cent of its managers are appointed from within the company.

A ten-year plan to improve the qualification levels and status of the early years, childcare and play sector in Wales is set out today.

Early years organisations have renewed their call for the Government to abandon its drive for more schools to offer places for two-year-olds, in light of findings from the Department for Education’s (DfE) annual survey on the state of the early years sector.

Early years students can gain fast track entry into a Russell Group university degree through early years training provider PBD.

A think tank is calling for early education funding to be given only to providers who can show they are ‘raising their game’.

A UK charity, which set up the first children’s centre in Malawi, is looking for an experienced early years professional.

New research highlights the positive impact of the new early years degree-level qualification for leaders and managers of the early years and childcare workforce in Scotland.

An interim framework has been agreed for early years apprenticeships to bridge the gap between the end of the current arrangements and the introduction next year of the new standards for early years apprenticeships.

Some childminders are being put off enrolling for Early Years Teacher courses in September because of the requirement to undertake at least two weeks' work experience in a school.

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