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Bolton settings tell council they may be forced to close

Close to half of early years settings in Bolton say they could become financially inviable in the next two years.


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Interview - Marian Pearson

Sleep counsellor at Sleep East, a provider of sleep therapy for children with neurodisabilities and...

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Interview - Elisa Guerra

Founder of Colegio Valle de Filadelfia in Metepec, Mexico

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Interview - Bernadette Duffy OBE

Author and former head of the Thomas Coram Centre in Camden

Latest Comment

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Why engaged parents are the key to closing to the attainment gap

Parenting programmes, as evidenced by the recent Social Mobility Commission report, give parents vital...

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Equality for children with SEND is lacking

For young children with special educational needs and disabilities, there is a distinct Victorian feel...

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    14 October 2015

    In parts of Finland, staff working in state-funded nursery settings have been told they must use adult-sized furniture. According to one manager, working in an EYFS nursery in Helsinki, the reason...

  • Sunshine and Skolverket in Stockholm

    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.