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High expectations must be set for all children's outcomes
Our response to Department for Education data on the Early Years Foundation Stag...
National charity chief opens next phase of pioneer childcare hub in York
The hubs are pioneering a new approach to childcare by coordinating different ty...
Early intervention and Sure Start Children’s Centres can help families break the cycle of child poverty
The Campaign to End Child Poverty has published new figures that provide a child...
Sure Start Children Centres Census 2014
'Learn Explore Debate Policy Update' by Sue Robb
'An update from Ofsted'
Getting ready for the Early Years Pupil Premium
Reach Out Seminars - London
Reach Out Seminars - Birmingham
Media Digest 10 January 2012
10 January 2012
Government cuts widen child poverty gap
The Campaign to End Child Poverty’s annual report shows a widening gulf between youngsters in rural Tory and Lib Dem constituencies.
Nurseries and childminders face penalties ‘if children don’t feel loved’
Childminders will be judged on their ‘outcomes’ for children, the quality of provision in terms of supporting learning and development and helping children to feel emotionally secure; leadership and management and overall effectiveness.
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