Sector News

Nursery World MPs call for tighter restrictions on academy trusts Lack of awareness stops providers applying for EYPP Thousands of providers do not plan to offer 30 hours First Aid training can boost children’s confidence DfE offers start up grants to childminders for 30 hours Half of all Children’s centres in Essex to close Play […]

Nursery World EY Campaigners complain against govt price fixing Bolton settings may be forced to close Most parents want EY teachers in nurseries CYPNow Social workers advised to visit homes for 6 months in suspected abuse cases Services struggling with rise in disability cases Inadequate council to close 1 in 5 children’s centers Linking schools […]

Nursery World Minister says extra charges viable It’s not ‘free’…it’s funded Children’s ‘red books’ go online from April Alliance wins victory over DfE childcare costs CYPNow Head teachers warn of shortage to support children with mental health The Atlantic The complex lives of babies LSE (Research) Graduates have little effect on children’s achievements PLA EY […]

Nursery World Concerns over TV show’s claims of free hours money grabbing Most jobless parents will work for 30 hours 30 hours at risk of not living up to parents’ expectations Free childcare culture does not serve the sector well CYPNow Children Centres disappear at the rate of 10 a month Council fear settings’ sustainability […]

Nursery World Workforce strategy expected end of February Childminders feeling the heat over 30 hours SEED: Latest report include focus on good EY practice Children’s health in the UK a concern Patchy local offer restrict access to childcare for SEND children CYPNow Lack of appetite for 30 hours from childminders NHS Trust to cut Health […]

Universities opt in to the Teaching Excellence Framework Published 27 January 2017 Study of early education and development (SEED) Updated 27 January 2017 Cost and funding of early education Published 27 January 2017 Part of a collection: Study of early education and development (SEED) Parents’ views and demand for 30 hours of free childcare Published […]

Nursery World Ofsted trails Facebook page for Childminders A final farewell to our preschool Call for re-introduction of baseline check CYPNow DfE underestimate demand for 30 hours Barnardo appointed to run centre for child abuse OFSTED Blog Keeping children safe in education inspections Huffington Post School gates should not be a border checkpoint TES School […]

In episode 15 of the Early Years Podcast we talk to John Warren and Sarka Juric of National Early Years Trainers and Consultants (NEyTCO) We find out more about what NEYTCO is, why it exists and how you can benefit whether you’re new to consultancy or an experienced expert in your field. We also find […]

19th January 2017, Hertfordshire An all-in-one innovative Early Years learning programme producing dramatic results in nurseries across the UK is set to expand thanks to a unique collaboration, with the official launch of Easy Early Learning taking place on the NEyTCO Training & Consultancy Zone at the Nursery World Show, Friday 3rd February. The Ben […]

Nursery World Breakfast clubs lifeline for working parents Major new review into children’s speech and language Grandparents’ charity wins kinship carer funding   CYPNow National Citizen Service costs too much Councils to get further £40m to set SEN reform deadline   The Guardian Cut, cuts, cuts. Schools could implode Lego professor of play: apply now […]

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