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In the first of a four-part series addressing how to conduct training well, Anne Oldfield, an early childhood lecturer, and Sarah Emerson, an early years consultant, start with the groundwork for a good training session

A diploma in holistic care has enabled staff at one setting to instil a Steiner Waldorf approach. By Gabriella Jozwiak

Three schools are making the most of their teaching assistants, discovers Charlotte Goddard

A Level 5 diploma set up to bridge the gap between vocational and academic qualifications has helped assistant manager Kerry Webb go on to study for a degree.

In the wake of last month’s obesity strategy update, Bertram Nursery Group early years manager Ursula Krystek-Walton outlines its programme to get children moving for at least three hours per day

In the final article of this series, Gabriella Jozwiak hears about life at the helm of the country’s oldest nursery school

A course in outdoor learning helped play leader Charlie McNair to think more deeply about how children learn. By Hannah Crown

With the Government’s obesity strategy leaving much to be desired, early years managers may have to take the matter into their own hands, reports Hannah Crown

Chris Roblett of Hungry Caterpillar Day Nurseries was named Nursery Operations/Regional Manager of the Year at the 2016 Nursery World Awards

The family-run Mulberry Bush in Lancashire, where all five of its settings are rated Outstanding, is this year’s Nursery Chain of the Year. By Catherine Gaunt