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Walk a mile in my shoes

I am a bit of a closet Elvis fan and the lockdown has led me to explore the backwaters of my record collection which, in turn, led me to 'The King’s' song ‘Walk A Mile in My Shoes’. This got me thinking…

Why semi-independent settings need regulating

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  • Wednesday, June 3, 2020
One children's practitioner explains why they quit a job at an unregulated accommodation provider over safety and bad practice concerns - and why it highlights the need to raise standards in these settings.

The meaning of tests

On Thursday we were advised that the five tests had been met and that the phased wider opening of schools could commence from 1st June.

Returning to nursery on 1st June

When we were told by the Prime Minster on the 10th May that we would be able to open on the 1st June we began to plan how we would do this, given we would need to abide by any rules that would emerge from the Department for Education guidance.

Community Spirit

Covid-19 has understandably consumed nearly all of our attention over the past couple of months.

Pause to learn

Since I have been operating the LEYF business from home, I’ve increased my video conferencing to check-in everyday with the 15 nursery hubs that still remain open.