The federal government just passed the $2 trillion CARES Act to provide financial relief from the coronavirus. Here’s how it can help the child care sector.
Kris Murray of the Child Care Success Company offers expert tips on immediate steps you can take to stay afloat through a closure.
The Job Retention Scheme will pay 80% of a staff member’s wages if they would otherwise be laid off due to Coronavirus. It could be a godsend for early years providers. Here’s the lowdown.
Wondering how to stay informed about how the coronavirus might affect you and your setting? We’ve put together a guide to clear things up.
Across the UK, early years settings are closing to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. If you’re in that position, we’re here to help you through it.
Top ofsted advice on development, behaviour and welfare within the early years to help children become happy, confident learners.
Ofsted’s Gill Jones explains the new inspection framework and what it means for the early years sector and the role behaviour, vocabulary and outcomes play.
Top Ofsted advice on self-evaluation in a post-SEF world. Our outstanding ofsted experts cover paperwork, looking inwards, and involving the parents.
30 hours ‘free’ childcare is not free for parents or childcare providers. We speak with Neil Leitch from PLSA and Jo Morris Golds from CNLF to find out why.
The first in a brand new series prepares you to get rated outstanding in ofsted with help from five nursery managers who have been there and done it.