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The Government’s well-received strategy on school teacher recruitment shows what could be achieved if it made the same effort with early years
Do parents stand a chance of doing the right thing for their children when Government and business seem intent on ruining their future?
Why did a news story about toilet training lead to a deluge of anger and emotion from both practitioners and parents?
The latest advice from chief medical officers about screen time for children is welcome, says Sally Goddard Blythe.
Young children are spending increasing amounts of time in front of screens, but should we have prescribed limits for use?
Graham Stuart MP explains how the Government is helping UK nurseries take advantage of foreign interest in our early years sector
In her new book Professor Pat Preedy, with co-authors Kay Sanderson and Sir Christopher Ball, call for a new birth to seven curriculum and the scrapping of the EYFS profile
Ofsted’s draft Education Inspection Framework promises a move from data to curriculum, but the transition might not be easy
Just like adults, children’s personal preoccupations and troubles, no matter how trivial they seem to us, can get the better of them
It matters that the average early years practitioner is paid the same as a hairdresser and that nearly half rely on state benefits
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