Children’s charity says toddlers need early years teachers in nurseries

Children’s charity Save the Children have announced today that they believe toddlers need early years teachers within nurseries to help develop skills including speech and language.

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The charity’s report claims that failure to properly stimulate a child’s brain during their years at nursery could set them back decades and that playtime should be made ‘brain time’ under the supervision of  a qualified early years teacher. The report also highlights how pre school years are a ‘critical opportunity’ for the brain to develop key skills.

Read the full story here at BBC News – Toddlers ‘need early years teachers in nurseries’

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