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A new childcare recruitment campaign targeting ‘career changers’ has been launched by the Scottish Government ahead of the introduction of the 1,140 hours.

The University of East London has joined with the Montessori Training Institute to offer the UK’s first full degree in Montessori Education.

Sheffield Hallam University’s (SHU) early years initial teacher training (EYITT) programme is the first in the country to be rated outstanding by Ofsted.

Leeds City College’s newest member of staff, a 12-week-old cockapoo puppy named Jeffrey, has already improved students’ attendance, punctuality and their eagerness to learn since joining this month, according to staff, who are also feeling the benefits.

Findings from a survey show that despite Government reforms to technical education with the introduction of T-levels from 2020, parents are more likely to advise their children to go down the academic route.

Nursery World sat down with Robert Halfon, chair of the Education Select Committee and former apprenticeship and skills minister, to discuss his thoughts on T Levels, vocational training, 30 hours and children’s centres.

The Department for Education (DfE) says it is ‘making good progress’ on the commitments outlined in its Early Years Workforce Strategy, with work currently under way on the SEND qualification.

Recruitment company Bamboo Resourcing has joined the register of apprenticeship training providers.

Early years practitioners are invited to take part in the National Day Nurseries Association’s (NDNA)annual workforce survey.

The National Literacy Trust is gifting 25 free memberships to early years settings and schools as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations.