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Amanda Spielman has been appointed as Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills (HMCI).
Save the Children has published a report today which reveals that nearly 90,000 boys fell behind in early language and communication skills by at the age of 5 last year.
Newly appointed Environment Secretary, Andrea Leadsom MP, has suggested men should not be nannies because they may be paedophiles.
Around 80,000 disadvantaged 2-year-olds are not benefitting from the free early education they are entitled to, according to a new survey from Ofsted.
Following today's re-shuffle, PACEY sets out what it believes the early years priorities are for Theresa May and her newly appointed Education Secretary Justine Greening.
PACEY is delighted to announce that a raft of PACEY members, partners and staff have been shortlisted in the Nursery World Awards 2016.
A review from the Early Intervention Foundation highlights that effective early intervention can reduce early risks to child development.
Research conducted by PACEY reveals a worrying decline in the number of enrolments on Level 3 Early Years Educator (EYE) courses.
If you've had experience of EYPP, please take part in this piece of research.