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A consensus is emerging on what quality care and education requires.

The current inspection of childcare is unfit for purpose.

Watching television fosters materialism in children, says Robin Balbernie.

In response to the letter about the new size and format of Nursery World (15 November), I have been a reader of the magazine for more than 30 years and have worked in early years education during this time.

Liz Turner's letter, 'A good inspector' (15 November), encourages us not to 'be so hard on Ofsted inspectors - they have a job to do as well'.

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Men don't go into childcare due to the really poor pay. I went out with a man who did the NNEB and then went into social work because he just couldn't work for the poor wages. Poor me, I stayed with childcare.

I am passionate about health visiting because it has a positive impact on children and their families.

The trouble with the Early Years Foundation Stage is that it ends too soon, says Pat Wills.

Testing children on reading at age six would be a step backwards.

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