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Creative thinking is hugely undervalued in our society - but we must learn to think beyond the status quo, says Philip Bujak, recently retired chief executive of the Montessori St Nicholas Charity.
A nursery judged inadequate by Ofsted after a child was given an overdose of Calpol has employed a new manager to turn it around.
Frank Field MP has written to the education secretary with concerns about the Universal Infant Free School Meals roll-out.
Social enterprise the London Early Years Foundation is opening a new 40-place nursery in the Brixton Recreation Centre, which will include a newly-refurbished crèche for gym users....
Mr White is travelling to the Hval Gard Barnahage nursery near Oslo this month.
Ms Stradeski this week received an honorary degree from Leeds Metropolitan University.
Nuffield Professor of Child Health at University College London and chair of the UK Academy of Medical...
17 July 2014
‘Early childhood education and care = a panacea in a world of social crises’ was a key theme of a lecture given earlier this week by Mathias Urban, professor of early childhood at the University of Roehampton....
05 June 2014
Nursery nurse Jennifer Jakeman, from Birmingham, wrote to Nursery World looking for a pattern for babies’ crocheted shoes, which was printed in the magazine in December 1975.