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The number of local authority specialist advisers for early years services has been cut by more than 50 per cent in some areas in England, new research suggests.

Children’s charity Barnardo’s is launching a new ‘Five to thrive’ training programme for its early years staff to help them support the development and life chances of babies under one.

The first Montessori Early Years Educator qualifications have been approved and will be available to study from September.

From today, teachers and special educational needs staff can apply for scholarships worth thousands of pounds to develop their specialist knowledge.

Teaching schools are to play a greater role in supporting the early years sector, Elizabeth Truss said last week.

The Department for Education (DfE) has decided not to publish the results or a response to a key early years Government consultation because it was not deemed to be 'in the public interest', Nursery World has learned.

A pilot introductory course for childminders conducted by Montessori Centre International is expanding.

Twenty more teaching schools will link up with early years providers, Elizabeth Truss said today.

Pearson has introduced two new Early Years Educator (EYE) qualifications, which will be available from September.

The Government is expanding the School Direct programme, which offers work-based training for graduates, to the early years from this September.

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