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Ministers have confirmed that they will not go ahead with recommendations made by Professor Cathy Nutbrown to move towards a minimum Level 3 qualification for all early years practitioners counted in staff:child ratios.

The National Day Nurseries Association has launched an international website for early years practitioners outside the UK.

Children 1st Day Nurseries has opened a new training academy offering apprenticeships and training in childcare and education.

The Department for Education has provided further clarification on the entry requirements for the level 3 Early Years Educator qualification.

Rob Wye is to step down as chief executive of awarding body CACHE next month.

The sector has raised concerns over conflicting advice from the Department for Education (DfE) and Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) on the requirement for those starting the new Early Years Educator courses to have GCSE English and maths.

Lectures given by Maria Montessori when she visited London in 1946 are the inspiration for the Montessori Schools Association conference on Saturday.

Early years settings have helped more than 11,000 parents and carers to improve their families' diets since the Children's Food Trust launched its Eat Better, Start Better programme two years ago.

Last week's appeal by leading early years experts to delay the expansion of the two-year-old programme was viewed by many in the sector as a timely wake-up call.

Imperial College London is one of the first universities in the UK to offer its staff access to emergency child and adult care.

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