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Nadhim Zahawi has been made a junior minister in the Department for Education, and is tipped to replace the outgoing children and families minister Robert Goodwill.

The MP for East Hampshire was appointed as education secretary yesterday in the Prime Minister Theresa May’s reshuffle.

The Mayor of London has named the three areas that will take part in the new Early Years Hubs scheme to drive the take-up of funded two-year-old places across the capital.

Have you travelled with Nursery World to see early years services abroad? Would you like to? Have your say on our study tours by taking a short survey.

Faced with a number of Freedom of Information requests, Ofsted has bowed to pressure and published more information on the methodology of the Bold Beginnings report.

According to new research, specialist teachers of the deaf have been cut by 14 per cent in the last seven years, while the number of children needing support has risen by 31 per cent.

The new Change4Life campaign encourages parents to give children healthy snacks such as rice cakes rather than chocolate or sweets.

The first set of nationally recognised professional standards for forest school trainers have been developed to improve the quality and consistency of training.

A new report has called for the introduction of 500 intergenerational shared sites to unite young and old people and counter ‘age apartheid’.

Early years organisations, childcare providers and unions share their new year wishes.