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Our resident employment lawyer, Caroline Robins, principal associate solicitor at Eversheds Sutherland, answers your questions

An ex-Kids Company worker found a Master’s course in psychoanalytic observation has taken her understanding of behaviour to another level. By Gabriella Jozwiak

How can practitioners approach difficult situations in a truly ethical way? Carla Solvason reports

One setting is bucking the norm of a female-dominated early years workforce by making the recruitment of men part of its commitment to equality and diversity, finds Meredith Jones Russell

What the ‘20 per cent off-the-job training’ rule means exactly, and how it can be delivered, have been causing headaches for employers and training companies alike. Ross Midgley has some answers

New research shows that when used in the best way, teaching assistants can have a positive impact on children’s learning and their transition to school, as Marion Dowling explains

After the launch of the apprenticeship levy last month, Beena Nadeem sets out the dos and don’ts of agreements

Embedding training in practice is crucial, write Anne Oldfield and Sarah Emerson, and assessment can be a useful way to promote this

Kanak Patel (pictured) learned about the impact on children of environmental factors at a workshop.

How can managers create training that sticks in people’s minds? Anne Oldfield and Sarah Emerson give some pointers