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Good practice begins with babies, but nurseries have historically focused more on older children. Three years on from the Baby Room Project, Hannah Crown asks if anything has changed.
The four UK children’s commissioners have called on the Government to stop making cuts to benefits and welfare reforms in order to protect children.
Early years settings across the UK are taking measures to keep children safe during this week’s heatwave.
Apprentices have been handed a lifeline after the Government climbed down over GCSE rules yesterday.
Adam Butler has co-authored a new report, 'Access Denied: a report on childcare sufficiency and market...
Professor Iram Siraj says that Scotland should be proud of the ambition it has for children's early years....
The Government wants to create 270,000 extra places in 500 free schools by 2020. Last Friday (29 May)...
05 November 2014
The final part of the Nursery World early years trip to Finland and Sweden was spent in the lovely city of Stockholm.
03 November 2014
Our time in Finland continued with a visit to pre-school services in Espoo, a city in the municipality of Helsinki.