The Department for Education has published a response to the Education Select Committee report focusing on quality early years education and a strong home learning environment. The response addresses the raft of recommendations made by the Select Committee on issues such as workforce development, service models, health in maternity, disadvantage and inequality. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/792799/CCS207_CCS0419951660-001_CP68.pdf
Childnet International gives some top tips for parents and carers for keeping young children safe online.
Would you or some you know like to gain a nationally accepted qualification that would support you/them to work in any of the following roles: Nursery assistant in a Pre-school or Nursery Childminder Teaching assistant Play worker Undertake the Level 2 Diploma in Children and Young People’s Workforce Qualification Starting Tuesday 30th April 2019, 9.30-12 at Continue reading →
Come along to a free information session on Wednesday 1 May 2019 in either Barnstaple or Ilfracombe to find out more!
Information on an e-learning session for parents, the brushing app and save your tooth poster.
The presentations from our Spring Term Network Meetings are available on our website.
Here is a list of early years job adverts placed this week.
This week we have Peg Eggs for you to make!
We would like to know what your views were on the content of the Provider Networks and the topics/information you would like for future Provider Network Meetings.
The aim of these sessions is to share information and practice. This training is open to all early years settings and schools who are in receipt of the Early Years Education Funding including school SENDCo’s where there is a nursery or governor run provision.