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      Ofsted fees need to be fair and reflect pressures facing nurseries
      by David Bagley - Monday, 11 January 2016, 3:24 PM

      Any proposal to increase Ofsted registration fees must not jeopardise nurseries’ sustainability, National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) says.

      Childcare Minister Sam Gyimah has written to sector organisations regarding Government plans to consult about a potential increase.

      Ofsted’s fees are ...

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      Our Maths Champions programme is an award winner!
      by Laura Robinson - Monday, 7 December 2015, 12:38 PM

      In November we were delighted to receive an award at the e-learning awards 2015 for our fantastic Maths Champions programme.  

      NDNA fought off the competition to claim the bronze award in the category Best e-learning project - not-for-profit sector.

      Lead Early Years Advisor Jo Baranek, who designed and runs the programme, went to receive the award at a gala evening on 25th November, hosted by Learning Technologies.

      If you're interested in joining the award-winning Maths Champions programme, get in touch with us today!

      Childcare Practitioners deserve to be paid the Living Wage
      by David Bagley - Tuesday, 3 November 2015, 12:56 PM

      National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) is deeply concerned that 29% of women earn less than the living wage – but funding issues are the root cause within the childcare sector.

      The KPMG Living Wage report out today shows that women and the young are most likely to be paid less than the living...

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