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There is still time to sign up for the new Early Years Professional Status programme which kicks off in January 2012. Training providers across all regions currently have places available and candidates have until 30 December to submit their applications.

Common Threads is putting play back into the playground with its 2012 programme of training running from January through to March. Playtime! Practicals introduces participants to playwork theory within the context of working in primary school playgrounds and takes a realistic approach to facilitating play.

The Scottish Book Trust's early years book gifting programme has received an additional 450,000, bringing the total amount of funding for the scheme to 1.5m until 2013.

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Nursery World subscribers will receive a beautiful 2012 calendar with the latest issue of the magazine.

The story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was brought to life for children from Fun Farm Day Nursery in North Hykeham, Lincoln, on a visit to a chocolatiers.

For me, one of the Government's most important commitments has been our offer of 15 hours of free early education for all disadvantaged two-year-olds. Now that offer is being extended even further to help even more children.


See what nurseries across the county have been up to.

In our last issue, Nursery World reported on a scheme in Brent, believed to be the first in the country, which will pay early years settings small grants to boost vaccination rates of pre-school children.