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While pay in the early years sector varies widely, the sector as a whole is underpaid, with some practitioners on benefits and struggling to make ends meet.

Families challenging the Department for Education's introduction of the Reception Baseline assessment will outline their concerns to the High Court tomorrow.

Teachers feel over-worked and undervalued by school leaders and parents, who are a great source of anxiety, finds new research on teacher well-being.

The curriculum guidance for the revised EYFS is currently being developed, including an update of the non-statutory Development Matters, which is being rewritten as part of the reforms.

Campaigners fighting to keep children’s centres open in Buckinghamshire have lost their case in the High Court.

A programme of events for children and families has been designed to mark National Marine Week 2019.

Nursery leader at Serendipitys Day Nursery in Grantham

Schools and colleges are in need of a 10-year plan to fix the broken education funding system, the Education Committee said today (19 July).

Fay Gibbin has launched a new online training company following her departure from Busy Bees Training.

Universal Credit claimants are being blocked from challenging the Government when they suspect mistakes in their claim.

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