Child Care and Education

Child Care and Education

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Turn students into professionals with our best-selling level 3 Child Care and Early Years textbook. This bright, colourful and appealing textbook is written by a team of brilliant authors who clearly explain difficult ideas in simple terms. Fully updated with the latest specifications, this textbook is ideal for learners on all Level 3 programmes, including those studying the Level 3 CYPW Diploma with any awarding body - BTEC, CACHE and City and Guilds. - Shows how knowledge and ideas can be used in real-life settings with Case Studies and Practice Tips features. - Ensures learners are fully prepared to get the best grades with the Assessment Checklist and the Assessment Practice features. - Includes a comprehensive mapping grid that links all content to all NQF and QCF qualifications from BTEC, CACHE and City and Guilds.

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  • Paperback | 580 pages
  • 212 x 274 x 30mm | 1,560.35g
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 5th Revised edition
  • Illustrations (some colour)
  • 144411798X
  • 9781444117981
  • 110,686

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'Really good resource for students and lecturers. Very accessible, easy to read, well laid out, inviting to read... gives students an excellent grounding in different aspects of early years...' Mrs Melville, South Leicestershire College

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About Tina Bruce

Tina Bruce CBE and Carolyn Meggitt are bestselling Child Care and Early Years authors who have helped hundreds of thousands of students to gain their first qualification in the sector. Tina is also Honorary Professor at Roehampton University and a leading international expert on early childhood. Julian Grenier, is Early Years Adviser to Tower Hamlets council in London. He has written extensively for various publications including Nursery World and has been involved in government advisory panels. He currently blogs at

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