The Comprehensive Early Years Website
The EYE website is a fantastic new resource for early years professionals looking for best practice advice, activity ideas and research-led features. It is designed to be user friendly, with articles labelled by EYFS theme, to help you quickly and easily find the information you need. With thousands of articles from the EYE and Practical Pre-School archive and new content being added all the time, this website is a great new tool to help you meet your information and professional development needs and to ensure every child reaches their best potential.
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Search for and find hundreds of practical articles and activity ideas to help you deliver outstanding early years provision with our great new tool. Designed with you in mind, all activity ideas and articles can be printed out and are associated with an EYFS theme to help you quickly find the information you need. Try it now and get access to a wealth of knowledge from EYE and Practical Pre-School magazines.
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Summer statement: Job creation scheme is undermined by Government’s failure to commit additional funding for childcare
- Thursday, July 9, 2020
The Chancellor’s boost for youth employment is a non-starter for an early years sector which faces mass closures.
- Wednesday, July 8, 2020
While the Chancellor has announced a Job Retention Bonus of £1,000 to UK employers for every eligible furloughed employee they bring back to work, this will give small comfort to childcare providers who are uncertain they will survive until Christmas.
Government must provide emergency funding for childcare in order to support new parents, says inquiry
- Tuesday, July 7, 2020
Uncertainty about access to childcare is one of the central challenges facing new parents according to the latest findings of the House of Commons Petitions Committee.
- Tuesday, July 7, 2020
Children in pre-schools, nurseries, Reception and Year 1 classes will benefit from remaining in their previous setting or class until January 2021, according to recommendations from Early Education and TACTYC.
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