london early years foundation
Welcoming London's First Deputy Mayor for Education and Childcare Challenge, Joanne McCartney to discuss the London Childcare
Today nurseries are part of the infrastructure of a modern society. We merit the support of a government and politicians who, instead of spending time on their ideological battleground, should be supporting those people trying to run businesses which enable ordinary working families to work.
The Government wants to upgrade the calibre of staff entering the Early Years profession. So indeed does the sector, so what's the problem? The issue is the entry qualification. The Government wants it to only be GCSEs at C or above in English and Maths.
Governance is rarely high on a social business' agenda. In fact when setting up a social enterprise, the CEO or Director
At the recent local elections, I was surprised why litter and the safety of our neighbourhoods was not a top issue of discussion
He says put two year olds in school early and they will succeed but children aged three have been in school for the last 12 years and there is no research that shows that by being in school they have successfully helped children become 'school ready.'