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The challenges of the early years workforce and how to overcome them will be the focus of a half-day conference next month.
The number of people starting the Early Years Teacher course has dropped by a third since last year, new figures reveal.
Delivering his Autumn Budget 2018 yesterday, the Chancellor announced more money for Universal Credit, children’s social care and the NHS, but nothing for the early years sector.
Nurseries should help parents and carers make their homes safer to prevent injuries in under-fives, recommends a new national accident prevention strategy.
The tender process to develop and deliver the Education and Childcare T-Level has been launched by the Department for Education.
Government attempts to improve children's outcomes are hampered by a lack of evidence, researchers said today.
The DfE has acknowledged sector concerns around the short length of T-Level work placements and is considering extending the minimum number of hours, Nursery World can reveal.
More children with autism are set to benefit from a renewed commitment from the DfE to continue to fund the Autism Education Trust's work.
New competencies to benchmark Early Childhood Studies degree qualifications will be launched in September. Dr Eunice Lumsden offers an exclusive preview
Trainer and consultant Laura Henry has taken a new job in Dubai as managing director of early years specialists Kidz Inc.
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