LEYF – June’s Blog Gender inclusivity? Don’t forget the men! I wrote my first blog about men in childcare in August 2012. It was prompted by a LEYF male colleague, David Stevens, who said we shouldn’t just concentrate on increasing men into childcare at LEYF (8% of LEYF workforce were male) but open up the […]

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 […]

From: Home Office and Department for Education First published:21 July 2016 Summary This consultation seeks views on the possible introduction of mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect or a duty to act in relation to child abuse or neglect. Documents Reporting and acting on child abuse and neglect: government consultation (web) PDF, 544KB, 31 pages […]

by Amanda Spielman has today been confirmed as the next Chief Inspector of Ofsted after approval by the Privy Council. The Education Secretary today announced the appointment of Amanda Spielman as the next Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills (HMCI). Ms Spielman’s appointment was confirmed by the Privy Council after a rigorous […]

By Sean Coughlan | BBC Education correspondent Justine Greening has been appointed as education secretary in Theresa May’s Cabinet reshuffle.Ms Greening, who went to school in a Rotherham comprehensive, was previously secretary of state for international development. She announced last month she was in a same-sex relationship, making her the first openly gay female Cabinet minister. […]

Updated Guidance: From: Department for Education First published: 12 July 2016 Applies to: England A description of effective practice in professional development for teachers. Documents Standard for teachers’ professional development PDF, 117KB, 1 page Standard for teachers’ professional development: implementation guidance Ref: DFE-00167-2016PDF, 339KB, 14 pages Letter from Teachers’ Professional Development Expert Group PDF, 126KB, 7 pages […]

Unknown children – destined for disadvantage? Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector commissioned this survey to evaluate the effectiveness of local authorities and early years providers in tackling the issues facing disadvantaged families and their young children. Her Majesty’s Inspectors paid particular attention to the implementation and impact of national and local policies on the day-to-day practice […]

From: Department for Education First published: 12 July 2016 Part of: Teaching and school leadership Applies to: England Reports commissioned by DfE in response to the Carter review of initial teacher training and the government response. Documents Government response letter PDF, 267KB, 5 pages Developing behaviour management content for initial teacher training PDF, 430KB, 21 pages A framework […]

by Department for Education and Sam Gyimah MP Childcare and Education Minister speaks to the NDNA conference and introduces Millie’s Mark, a voluntary safety standard for nurseries. Thank you for that kind introduction. It’s a pleasure to be here today (4 July 2016) at the NDNA 2016 conference. Just over a year ago the government […]

By Adam Offord | Children & Young People Now A leading children’s charity is to help run looked-after children’s services at an “inadequate” rated local authority, in what is thought to be the first arrangement of its kind in England. The collaboration between Norfolk County Council and charity Barnardo’s will see the creation of a […]

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