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Early years organisations metin London last week to discuss how service provision could be improved to meet the needs of very young disabled children. Catherine Ashton, Sure Start minister, was among the speakers at a day conference organised by the Council...

I'll always remember the three toddlers who, as the three kings in our nursery school's Nativity play, presented their gifts to baby Jesus. The first king almost ran up to the crib and shouted, 'I've brought you some gold.' The second stepped smartly forward and yelled, 'Here's some myrrh for you.' Then the third marched up boldly and bellowed, 'And Frank sent this.' Irene Hickson. Christchurch, Dorset

Two nursery nurses who were suspended from a Nottingham Kinderquest nursery after allegedly exposing children to anti-nail-biting solution have been charged with child cruelty. Sara Brown and Nichola Mason, both age 20, have been charged with two counts...

(Photograph) - Nursery and reception class pupils at the Marist Convent Preparatory School in Sunninghill, Berkshire, invited local senior citizens to their performance of 'The Bossy King', in which a king learns to be kind and helpful after visiting...

What do children gain from going to a nursery where they're taught in another language that comes from the British Isles? Jackie Cosh listens to the arguments Earlier this year the Government set out details of a 10-year strategy to improve language teaching in state schools in England and Wales. The plans, which include giving seven-year-olds the opportunity to learn a modern foreign language, have been welcomed by many, and considered long overdue.

(Photograph) - Twenty children, aged four to 15, from Barnardo's projects in Belfast, Lisburn, Bangor and Banbridge in Northern Ireland visited 10 Downing Street last week for a Christmas party with the charity's president, Cherie Booth. After enjoying...

More nannies are being urged by private accountants to join a scheme designed to make them more affordable to parents. Nannies are the only form of unregistered childcare in Britain and parents employing them are ineligible for childcare tax credits unless a nanny is already a registered childminder.

We present a wide range of courses to provide you with the tools for teaching in the early years sector BEAM Education is running day courses on:

A selection of courses that celebrate cultural diversity and promote inclusivity and anti-discriminatory practice in early years settings The Aswan Learning Centre in Croydon, Surrey, runs workshops to enable childcare practitioners to gain an understanding...

Recruitment and training issues shadowed the Government's revelations of plans for its Sure Start unit, which is overseeing work in early years, childcare and Sure Start in England. At a conference in Westminster last week, education and skills secretary...

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