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

After going on a quality teaching course, Hannah Richardson now waits ten seconds after asking a question of a child

Scandinavia is famed for the quality of its early years settings. So, what is it actually like to work over there? Nicole Weinstein asks a leader at four different settings to describe a day in their life

Many nurseries are finding that filming staff with children and playing the footage to them and their colleagues helps to improve practice. Annette Rawstrone speaks to some of them

How do outstanding early years leaders manage change? Katy Morton speaks to our 2016 Nursery Manager of the Year to find out

The deadlock over GCSEs at Level 3 has set early years apprenticeships back years. Following the Government U-turn and the sacking of the trailblazer group, what now? asks Hannah Crown

In the second part of this series, Anne Oldfield and Sarah Emerson set out the circumstances in which learning happens best

The need to make every penny count ahead of the 30 hours roll-out has led to the launch of new support and training in business skills. Gabriella Jozwiak reports

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

One setting has used new knowledge of the impact of testosterone to develop more meaningful activities for boys