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    "The course could be completed flexibly, in my own time and when it was convenient with my schedule in nursery. I could take a break and return to the training material and my progress was saved.
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    "The course is interactive with different quizzes and activities throughout. This allowed me to reflect and test my knowledge as I went along.
    "The resources provided will help me to implement changes in my setting immediately.
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      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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      Educate parents on benefits of early education rather than punish them
      by David Bagley - Monday, 19 October 2015, 2:29 PM

      National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) deplores the proposals that would deny parents of young children who don’t attend childcare settings of their child benefit.

      Influential Conservative Think Tank Bright Blue made the proposals to encourage parents to send their three and four year olds to...

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      Growing up in Scotland report shows benefit of early learning
      by David Bagley - Thursday, 8 October 2015, 1:19 PM

      National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) welcomes the Growing up in Scotland ten-year report which shows improving health and education outcomes for children.

      The study looked at 10,000 children and focussed on socio-economic and health inequalities between children from advantaged and ...

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