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Nursery World reports covid causes permanent closure of two settings.

The Nursery World website is reporting that two settings have had to make the decision to close due to staff shortages and financial impacts of the pandemic. In the case ...

Nursery World Awards 2022 open for entries

Open to everyone involved in early years education and childcare, the Nursery World Awards shine a light on best practice and help to raise the profile of the sector.Through all ...

New Scottish Milk and Healthy Snack Scheme’s funding plans judged ‘irrational’

A scheme to provide free milk to children attending early years settings in Scotland has been declared ‘unlawful’ and ‘irrational’ by a judge in a landmark ruling against the Scottish ...

Last chance to nominate a Famly Children’s Champion 2021

Family, the Early Years software company, are on the hunt for their next Children’s Champion of the UK and Ireland. The second year this is being awarded; prizes this year ...

DFE updates Guidance on lateral flow testing

The DFE has today 14th of December 2021 updated the Actions for early years and childcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic document. The update regards identified close contacts of a ...

DFE Updates on Covid Guidance following England’s move to Plan B and Ofsted suspends routine inspections

The DFE has updated the COVID guidance, on the 9th of December 2021, for Early Years settings, following England’s move to Plan B. Little has changed in the advice since ...

Greater barriers for Children in the North of England reports NHSA

The Northern Health Science Alliance (NHSA) has published a new report entitled Child of the North that describes a widening  inequality gap between children in the north and south of England. ...

Nuffield Foundation publishes report on trends in childrens health-Children’s health is getting worse

The Nuffield foundation’s latest publication in The Changing Face of Early Childhood in Britain series is an evidence review which draws on research funded by the Foundation and a collaboration ...

What is CACHE Alumni?

Pre-Covid, while I was carrying out research for content to share with the sector in our regular newsletters, I came across CACHE Alumni.. it had lots of articles and interesting ...

Peers call on Government for better support for babies and young children

The early years sector should be given the same level of catch-up support as the schools sector, the House of Lords Covid-19 Committee has said. Following the committee’s two-month inquiry ...

Government dismisses childcare funding petition signed by 110,000

The Government has said it has no plans to review early years funding, in response to a parliamentary petition signed by thousands - however a cross-party committee of MPs has ...

MPs call on Government to carry out ‘meaningful review’ of early years funding

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Childcare and Early Education has called on the Government to provide almost £3,000 per child to tackle underfunding. It has written to the ...

Duchess of Cambridge Launches Early Years Research Centre- Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood

The Duchess of Cambridge has set up an early childhood research centre with the ambition of changing the way society thinks about the first five years of a child’s life, ...

Independent review of children’s social care concludes Children and families are ‘not getting a good enough deal’

An ‘urgent’ new approach to children in social care is needed, after an independent review has found that the system is too focused on investigating families rather than providing them ...

Early Years Alliance acquires new data which shows ministers knew early years was underfunded

Data obtained by the EY Alliance via Freedom of Information (FOI) requests shows that the funding rates paid to local authorities for the so-called ‘free childcare’ offer are just two-thirds ...

Survey highlights gap in provision for babies and infant mental health

Babies and toddlers are often overlooked in mental health provision for children, according to a new report by Parent-Infant Foundation, which suggests that only half of CAMHS services accept referrals ...

The Montessori Group launches €90,000 European Research Fund

The Montessori Group launches €90,000 European Research Fund. The fund aims to develop collaborative research into the Montessori approach in the 21st century. Aiming to shape a modern, emerging understanding ...

Sir Kevan Collins resigns over Covid-19 catch-up plans

Education recovery commissioner Sir Kevan Collins wrote to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson yesterday to offer his resignation after just 5 months in the role. Sir Kevan has stepped down ...

Mental health services for children ‘increasingly overstretched’ new survey reveals

Demand for treatment for children’s mental health has increased and waiting times have got worse, a survey of trusts has shown. Mental health services for children are under growing pressure ...

Nursery staff fear for their mental health, with high levels of anxiety and frustration

Initial findings of a large scale research project looking at the challenges the pandemic poses for the sector reveal ‘striking’ levels of frustration and anger among nursery staff. Working through ...

Anna Freud to run new centre of excellence for family hubs

A national centre championing the work of family hubs, and plans to support their growth in England, have been announced by the Government on the 19th May. Speaking at an ...

New Ceeda Survey: Tackling Childhood Obesity in Early Years Provisions

Please help Ceeda with their latest research into tackling Childhood Obesity by completing a short survey on Nutrition in the Early Years and be entered in a draw to win ...

New £1m programme to increase understanding of the Froebelian approach

A £1m funding programme from the Froebel Trust, launching this summer, aims to foster collaboration in the early years sector and provide training for more practitioners. The Froebel Trust funds ...

Report recognises importance of childcare for working single parents

Gingerbread has launched Caring without Sharing, a report looking at the unique challenges faced by working single parents as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic – including a lack of ...

Coalition calls for ‘credible’ plan from Government to end Child Poverty

The End Child Poverty Coalition says the Government owes it to ‘our children’ to come up with a plan to tackle poverty as figures show a 'dramatic' rise. The analysis ...

Ofsted to ‘review’ its impact on staff wellbeing as part of new charter

Education staff are encouraged to sign up to a new wellbeing charter aimed at ‘protecting, promoting and enhancing wellbeing’. New wellbeing charter aims to protect, promote and enhance wellbeing Ofsted ...

Early Years mentioned in Queen’s Speech

Speaking in the House of Lords today about the Government's priorities for the year ahead, the Queen said, ‘Measures will be brought forward to ensure that children have the best ...

Mental health ‘hubs’ for pregnant women and new mums to be set up across England

Dedicated mental health ‘hubs’ for new, expectant and bereaved mums are being set up across England as part of the NHS Long Term Plan to increase access to psychological support ...

Government funds Free Level 3 qualifications for over-24s

The offer of the free qualifications, including the Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator), is available to take up from today (1 April), for any ...

Birth to 5 Matters launches today

The new Birth to 5 Matters guidance document is being launched by the Early Years Coalition in a live Facebook stream, tonight. Following six months of consultation and input from ...

Underspend of early years Government funding by local authorities reaches £62m

  National Day Nurseries Association finds even more millions of pounds of early education and childcare funding for three-and-four-year-old places are failing to reach providers.  Local education authorities (LEAs) underspend ...

Child poverty reaches record level, as charities call for ‘credible’ prevention plan

  The number of children in poverty has risen to 4.3 million, new Government figures show, and the full picture is likely to be worse due to the Covid-19 pandemic, ...

‘Start for Life’ support package to be launched for new parents

Andrea Leadsom has launched the long-awaited Early Years Healthy Development Review, which sets out a vision for improving babies’ healthy development and reducing inequalities in the first 1,001 days of ...

Abuse and neglect in early childhood in ‘urgent need of review’ – study

Protecting children at risk of abuse and neglect under the current system needs ‘urgent re-evaluation’,  Protecting young children at risk of abuse and neglect, a study by the Nuffield Foundation ...

Babies ignored in Government’s Covid catch-up plans, campaigners warn

  A campaign to put babies on an equal footing to school children in the Government’s Covid catch-up programme has been launched by The First 1001 Days Movement. The coalition ...

SEND Support in England is a ‘Postcode Lottery’

  Identifying pupils with special educational needs and disabilities, a new report from the Education Policy Institute (EPI), funded by the Nuffield Foundation  provides evidence, for the first time, at ...

Speech and Language Therapy Needs to be at The Heart of Educational Recovery

  Large numbers (62 per cent) of children and young people needing speech and language therapy did not receive any during the first lockdown, the Royal College of Speech and ...

Historic moment for children’s rights in Scotland

  On 16 March 2021 Scotland became the first devolved nation in the world to directly incorporate the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) into domestic ...

Child-Grandparent relationship needs to be rekindled post lockdown

  A new report by the charity Ready Generations, the University of Sterling and not-for-profit care village operator Belong,  on the role of grandparents in children’s lives and how this ...

Children’s Commissioner launches ‘once-in-a-generation’ review of the future of childhood

  Dame Rachel De Souza, who took up the post on 1 March, replacing Anne Longfield, said that the review will be inspired by the pioneering 1940s Beveridge Report by William ...

CACHE launches early years careers toolkit

An interactive careers toolkit for the education and childcare sector has been launched by CACHE. Designed to show the diverse occupational roles available across the sector, the careers toolkit contains ...

Children lack physical readiness for school suggests new report

A new report published in Education 3-13 has suggested that as many as 60% of children aged 44 and 5 show signs of significant lack of development in the ‘postural ...

Children Need Time to Reconnect and Play with their Friends

PlayFirstUK, a group which includes 15 child psychologists and education specialists, has written to the Secretary of State for Education, the Rt Hon Gavin Williamson MP, making key recommendations to ...

Reformed version of the Early Career Framework to be rolled out in September

A reformed version of the Early Career Framework, which provides standards to help early career teachers succeed at the start of their careers, will be rolled out with six delivery ...

Worrying’ increases in mental health symptoms among primary school children

Findings from the the latest survey from the Oxford University led Covid-19 Supporting Parents, Adolescents, and Children in Epidemics (Co-SPACE) study of 8,225 parents and carers shows that behavioural, emotional, ...

Disadvantaged children in PVI early years settings will be able to share in the Government’s catch-up scheme to boost their language skills

Disadvantaged pre-school children will benefit from a £10m catch-up scheme to boost their language skills, the Department of Education has confirmed, following a request from Nursery World for more details ...

Early years staff reporting pandemic effects on children’s emotional and behavioural needs

It is often overlooked that nursery practitioners are working with vulnerable children on a daily basis, the report ‘Their challenges are our challenges’ by the Anna Freud Centre states.The centre, ...

‘Free must mean free’, says Ombudsman

The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman is urging councils to have better oversight of nurseries offering free early years places, after a nursery chain was found to be charging ...

‘Crisis’ in SEND and SEN pupils could fall further behind peers during third national lockdown

School pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) have been disproportionally impacted by the pandemic over their peers, and could fall further behind during the third lockdown if they ...

Preliminary findings of the Government’s review into babies’ healthy development

Early findings of the Early Years Healthy Development Review were outlined by Andrea Leadsom MP at the APPG on Conception to age two meeting, held this Tuesday [January 19, 2021]. ...

Schools will not be required to carry out EYFS Profile this summer term

The education secretary has decided that it will not be mandatory to complete the EYFSP assessment in 2021, having taken into account the latest lockdown, where schools should only allow ...

Early years sector is at risk of becoming ‘unsustainable’ according to new report

The Early Years Workforce Commission (EYWC) has called on the Government to provide a package of changes for the sector, as findings from its new report reveal that without immediate intervention and ...

New Years Honours List recognises Early Years Professionals

Several Early Years Professionals have been awarded MBEs and other Honours this year including well-known trainer, author and creator of the children’s picturebook series Jo-Jo and GranGran Laura Henry-Allain, and ...

New report highlights the benefits to children of having Graduates in EY settings

Research from the Education Policy Institute, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, finds that the presence of a graduate in private, voluntary and independent (PVI) early years settings demonstrates a small ...

Level 3 Childcare qualifications fully funded by Government from April 2021

The Government  has today announced that it will be making 400 fully funded courses free for adults as part of the  the Government’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee, for adults without a ...

Children with deferred entry to school in Scotland to be offered free childcare

More parents in Scotland who defer their child's entry into primary school by a year will now have funded childcare Children whose parents decide to defer primary school attendance will receive ...

Duchess of Cambridge launches early years research findings

    The Duchess of Cambridge has unveiled the findings of the biggest ever UK study on the early years, in a milestone moment for her work on the importance ...

Ofsted publishes second report on impact of the pandemic- Childrens’s development has regressed but EY Sector meeting the Challenge

  Ofsted has today published its second report in a series looking at the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic across the sectors it inspects and regulates, from early years and ...

Guide to the new Development Matters & EYFS has been launched

Working with the Revised Early Years Foundation Stage: Principles into Practice has been released today and is available free PDF and will also shortly be published as a full-colour book ...

#BLOGFEST2020 on Twitter

For those of you hungry to catch up with all of the fabulous blogs that were shared yesterday, here is the Twitter Transcript of the day and even some more ...

Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 28 September – 4 October / Final Insight

The last wave of Ceeda's Covid-19 Tracker study has now been completed and this is the final insight / report.  Early years post-lockdown: 28 September - 4th October 2020 The ...

In Conversation with … S & S Training Partners

We recently took the decision to increase our support of the Early Years and those special people who work within this amazing Sector and were excited to hear that two ...

Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 14 – 20 September

Early years post-lockdown: 14th - 20th September 2020 The latest results are in. Occupancy averaged 62% in PVI nurseries and pre-schools in the week commencing 14 September, falling to 42% ...

Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 7 – 13 September

Early years post-lockdown: 7th - 13th September 2020 The latest results are in. Occupancy averaged 59% in PVI nurseries and pre-schools in the week commencing 7 September, falling to 43% ...

Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 31 August – 6 August

Early years post-lockdown: 31st August - 6th September 2020 The latest results are in. Occupancy averaged 49% in PVI nurseries and pre-schools in the first week of the autumn term, ...

Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 27 July – 2 August

Early years post-lockdown: 27th July - 2nd August 2020 The latest results are in. Occupancy averaged 46% in PVI nurseries and pre-schools in the week commencing 27 July, falling to ...

The National OBC – 24th July 2020

With the restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, all of the scheduled regional Ofsted Big Conversation meetings were cancelled/postponed leaving a big gap in the regular commentary between ...

A new EY Matters Newsletter is out!

This evening, a new EY Matters newsletter has been sent out to our mailing list announcing the launch of our new Magazine and providing updates on Sector News, articles, blogs ...

And Finally …. Launch of the EY Matters Magazine

Back in February, for our inaugural conference, Wellbeing for All in Early Years, we compiled a souvenir brochure for all of the delegates. This brochure has now been re-formatted and ...

DfE Response re: KEYU #RightFromTheStart Petition

The Department for Education (DFE) today released a statement in response to the Petition launched by the Early Years Organisation, Keeping Early Years Unique (KEYU) The statement, entitled, Misleading petition ...

Children’s Commissioner Report: Make Early Years Central with Best Beginnings Guarantee

PRESS RELEASE: Anne Longfield, the Children’s Commissioner for England, is today (Friday) publishing a report looking at the provision of early years services for children across the country, alongside a ...

In Conversation with … Elaine Bennett & Kym Scott

The Department for Education (DfE) released the rewrite of the legal framework for teaching children from birth to five, the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), Keeping Early Years Unique (KEYU) ...

Launch of Petition Against EYFS Reforms: #RightFromTheStart

A petition has been launched this morning by the some of the founder members of the Early Years organisation, Keeping Early Years Unique (KEYU).  The petition, accompanied by a hard-hitting ...

Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 29 June – 5 July

Early years post-lockdown: 29th June - 5th July 2020 Average nursery and pre-school occupancy increased by just 4 percentage points to 45% in the latest reporting period, whilst childminder occupancy ...

nasen Report: Identifying Special Educational Needs in the Early Years

PRESS RELEASE: nasen, a charity that supports and champions those working with, and for, children and young people with SEND and learning differences, has launched a new report to help ...

Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 22 – 28 June

Early years post-lockdown: 22nd - 28th June Latest results from Ceeda's Covid-19 tracker show 86% of day nurseries and pre-schools and 79% of childminders are open for families. There is ...

Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 15 – 19 June

Early years post-lockdown: 15th - 19th June Latest results from Ceeda's Covid-19 tracker show 84% of day nurseries and pre-schools and 78% of childminders are open for families Download the ...

DfE Update on Actions for Early Years & Childcare Providers during COVID-19

The Department for Education has updated it's guidance for on Actions for Early Years and Childcare Providers during the Coronavirus (COVID=19) outbreak which includes a change to the protective measures ...

DfE Early Years Foundation Stage Reforms

The Department for Education published the Early Years Foundation Stage Reforms following the consultation that ran from 24th October 2019 to 31st January 2020. The full document can be downloaded ...

DfE U-Turn on Reception Baseline Assessment

The scheduled introduction of the Reception Baseline Assessment for September 2020 has now been postponed until September 2021 the goverment announced today.  Just two months ago, the Department for Education ...

Ceeda: What Does the Future Hold?

Low occupancy and funding deficits are hitting the Early Years sector hard Analysis released by Ceeda today shows how a toxic mix of low occupancy and inadequate funding is putting ...

Early Years Alliance Report: The Forgotten Sector

The Alliance has today published a new report examining at the financial impact of coronavirus on the early years sector in England. The report, entitled The Forgotten Sector, is available ...

Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 8 – 14 June

Early years post-lockdown - 8th - 14th June Latest results from Ceeda's Covid-19 tracker show 78% of day nurseries and pre-schools and 76% of childminders are open for families. Occupancy ...

Press Release: Arts Council support for MovementWorks

MovementWorks has won a grant from The Arts Council England, COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund. In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the Arts Council made £160 million of emergency funding available ...

Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 1 June – 7 June

Early years post-lockdown - 1st to 7th June Latest results from Ceeda's Covid-19 impact research show 76% of day nurseries and pre-schools and 77% of childminders are now open for ...

Ceeda: COVID-19 Change to Weekly Poll

Following wider opening of early years provision from 1 June, Ceeda is now collecting weekly data on child numbers, occupancy levels and the incidence of positive covid-19 tests for staff ...

EY Matters Panelist in latest Connect Childcare Webinar

Next Thursday 19th June, Juls Davies of EY Matters will be taking her place alongside June O'Sullivan, CEO, London Early Years Foundation and Sarah Steel, Founder and Director, The Old ...

Ceeda: COVID-19 Bulletin 18 – 22 May

Early years in lockdown - 18 May to 22 May Latest results from Ceeda's Covid-19 data portal show 38% of day nurseries and pre-schools and 53% of childminders are open ...

Foundation Years / DfE Vodcast: Preparing for Wider Opening of Early Years Settings

Foundation Years hosted a video podcast with the Department for Education on preparing for the wider opening of Early Years settings to share the latest information that providers can use ...

PM Statement 28.05.2020: Children to be welcomed back to Early Years Settings & Schools

This afternoon the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, announced that the Government’s five tests for easing the lockdown in England have been met, enabling all children to be welcomed back to ...

Ceeda: COVID-19 Bulletin 11 – 15 May

Early years in lockdown - 8 May to 15 May Latest results from Ceeda's Covid-19 data portal show 37% of day nurseries and pre-schools and 52% of childminders are open ...

Ceeda: COVID-19 Bulletin 4 – 8 May

Early years in lockdown - 4 May to 8 May Latest results from Ceeda's Covid-19 data portal show 37% of day nurseries and pre-schools and 51% of childminders are open ...

Safe working in education, childcare and children’s social care

Issued by the Department for Education this guidance covers preventing and controlling infection, including the use of PPE, in education, childcare and children’s social care settings during the coronavirus outbreak. ...

Ceeda: COVID-19 Bulletin 27 April – 1 May

Early years in lockdown - 27 April to 1 May The latest results from Ceeda's Covid-19 data portal show 37% of day nurseries and pre-schools and 52% of childminders are ...

Details on phased wider opening of schools, colleges and nurseries

From the Department for Education: Schools, colleges and nurseries to begin to prepare to open to more young people from 1 June at the earliest, with protective measures in place ...

Ceeda: COVID-19 Bulletin 20-24 April

Early years in lockdown - the impact in numbers The first results have been released from Ceeda's Covid-19 data portal. They show 33% of day nurseries and pre-schools and 52% ...

Early Years Foundation Stage: coronavirus disapplications

Statutory Guidance issued by the Department for Education: Updated 24th April 2020.  Please note: This article is just the introduction to this Guidance - for the full article, please access ...

Councils given flexibility with free childcare funding

Councils will be able to move around government funding for free childcare entitlements in exceptional circumstances, to make sure sufficient childcare places are available for vulnerable children and those of ...

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme up and running

HM Treasury confirmed today that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is now up and running with businesses able to claim up to £2,500 a month towards staff wages. Childcare provisions ...

Ceeda Press Release: Launch of Early Years COVID-19 Data Portal

Ceeda announced today the launch of two two vital research campaigns during the coronavirus pandemic: a COVID-19 Data Portal for EY providers and an Early Years Workforce panel for EY ...

DfE Guidance released – Coronavirus: Early Years and Childcare Closures

The long awaited guidance for Early Years and Childcare provisions was released today, along with a letter of recommendation from the Children and Families Minister Vicky Ford.  We have created ...

PACEY Childminder Survey re COVID-19

Membership organisation PACEY, have launched a survey today for Childcare Providers to complete in order to use the results to lobby Parliament in relation to the very real threat that ...

Gov.uk – guidance to critical Sectors (key / essential workers)

In the early hours of this morning, the Government have published the list of Key / Essential workers in the critical sectors. Full Guide is available on the link below:  ...

Closure of educational settings: information for parents and carers

The Department for Education published a guide yesterday providing information for parents and carers about the closure of schools and other educational settings following the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19). The ...

Childcare Providers are to close

It has been announced today that schools are to close after Friday and this includes Childcare provisions - i.e. nurseries and childminders.  However, provision must be made for vunerable children ...

Coronavirus: Asking for Assistance

Originating on an idea posted on Twitter by Tina Boden @MicroBizGirl and in collaboration with Laura Henry-Allain, @IamLauraHenry, I have created a document that you can use to ask your ...

Coronavirus and Early Years

We want to support you during the Coronavirus Pandemic We understand the issues, uncertaintity and worries you are all facing and with this in mind, we have created a special ...

Ceeda: About Early Years Workforce Report 2019

The 2019 About EY workforce survey is out! Latest feedback from the About EY research panel shows that despite in-year growth of 4% on level three qualification awards, recruitment challenges ...

Counting the Cost of Early Years Election Pledges

Sharing a Press Release by Ceeda "Today we release our election briefing - revealing how manifesto commitments stack up for the sector. A sneak-peek at funding commitments from the Conservatives, Labour ...

The Early Years Academy

Change is afoot in the Early Childhood sector. We’re used to change, whether on a national or organisational level, sometimes causing division and tension, especially when the workforce is not ...

NMT Nursery Top 10 Most Influential

I received a call earlier today from a lovely lady called Gabriele Gineviciute, the Deputy Events Manager for the NMT TOP 20, telling me that I had been selected for ...

Newsletter: Sector News 10.04.2019

Please click on the link below to read this week's edition of EY Matters Sector News - bringing you a round-up of the latest news, articles and blogs EY Matters ...

EY Matters Early Years Directory – Launching Soon

I am pleased and excited to announce the launch of the promised EY Matters Early Years Directory in the next few weeks. Our intention is that this new Directory will ...

Newsletter: Sector News 27.03.2019

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Newsletter: Sector News 25.02.2019

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Newsletter: Sector News 17.02.2019

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Newsletter: Sector News 10.02.2019

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Newsletter: Sector News 03.02.2019

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Newsletter: Sector News 26.01.2019

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Newsletter: Sector News 20.01.2019

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Newsletter: Christmas Edition Sector News 22.12.2018

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Newsletter: Sector News 16.12.2018

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Newsletter: Sector News 08.12.2018

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Newsletter: Sector News 01.12.2018

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Newsletter: Sector News 24.11.2018

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Press Release: Story-telling helps boys close ‘literacy gap’ with girls

A story-telling approach can help boys aged two to five-years-old catch up with the literacy levels of girls in the same class, research by Goldsmiths, University of London has found. ...

Newsletter: Sector News 17.11.2018

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Newsletter: Sector News 09.11.2018

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Nursery World Article – NEyTCO

Please see, below, the link to the Nursery World Article published in relation to the closure of NEyTCO Article

Press Release: Statement for Nursery World regarding NEyTCO

The following statement was provided to Nursery World re: NEyTCO for their article The recent announcement from the National Early Years Trainers and Consultants Organisation (NEyTCO) that it is to ...

Press Release: Alliance announces rebrand plans amid membership strategy changes

The Pre-school Learning Alliance has announced a series of membership changes set to take place in early 2019, including a new name for the charity. The Alliance has confirmed that ...
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