Working with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), the Chartered Trading Standards Institute, the Child Accident Prevention Trust, and the British Blind and Shutter Association, the Office for Product Safety and Standards (OPSS) is sharing safety messages on how to keep children safe.
Leading early years organisations are calling on the Government in England to follow the Welsh Government in making Lateral Flow Devices (LFDs) for coronavirus testing available for all registered early years and childcare providers to use at home.
A high proportion of nursery workers have experienced working with children facing extremely complex backgrounds and challenging emotional and behavioural needs, according to a new report from the Anna Freud Centre.
The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has announced a drive to increase workplace testing in sectors open during lockdown in order to detect coronavirus in people who are not showing symptoms.
From 2 February, in order to combat the spread of a new variant of the coronavirus, which looks to have originated in South Africa, the Government started implementing surge testing in the areas where the variant has been detected.