£180 million to improve Early Years Education

The UK government is investing £180 million to improve children\’s development in the early years, with programmes to enhance the teaching of speech, language and numeracy and professional development to build strong leadership skills.

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This investment will provide new opportunities for graduates looking to embark on a career in early years teaching and staff looking to train as early-years special educational needs coordinators (SENCOs).

Evidence shows that access to early education is crucial in supporting children to thrive in adulthood and contribute to society. The Education Secretary Damian Hinds said: \”We know that high-quality Early Years provision can be transformational for our youngest children.\”

\”That’s why we are committed to ensuring every child has the best possible start in life. We are investing £180 million to improve teaching early on and provide new opportunities for graduates and staff.\”

Various organisations will deliver the programmes, including the Early Years Alliance, the National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) and the National Literacy Trust. They will be available to all early years providers in England.

According to the government, the investment will help to ensure that all children, regardless of their background, have the same opportunities to succeed.

In addition, the government has also announced a new Early Years Workforce Strategy, which sets out plans to attract and retain more high-quality early years practitioners. This includes a commitment to provide 20,000 high-quality training places by 2020.

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The Education Secretary Damian Hinds said: \”We know that the early years are vital in giving children the best possible start in life.\”

\”This investment will help to ensure that all children, regardless of their background, have the same opportunities to succeed.\”

Various organisations will deliver the programmes, including the Early Years Alliance, the National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) and the National Literacy Trust. They will be available to all early years providers in England.

According to the government, the investment will help to ensure that all children, regardless of their background, have the same opportunities to succeed.

In addition, the government has also announced a new Early Years Workforce Strategy, which sets out plans to attract and retain more high-quality early years practitioners. This includes a commitment to provide 20,000 high-quality training places by 2020.

The Education Secretary Damian Hinds said: \”We know that the early years are vital in giving children the best possible start in life.\”

\”This investment will help to ensure that all children, regardless of their background, have the same opportunities to succeed.\”

The programmes will start in 2019 and will run for three years.

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