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Early years settings are paying ever greater attention to the quality of provision for children under three, and practice has come a long way since the introduction of the Birth to Three Matters framework.

LETTER OF THE WEEK

LETTER OF THE WEEK

Those of us working in or from children's centres know that our ability to work effectively in partnership is critical to achieving integrated services.

Many headlines have been crafted over a report claiming that the number of fathers quitting work to look after their children has soared tenfold in a decade. Aviva, the insurer, reported that 600,000 UK men now regularly care for their children while their wives or girlfriends worked.

A top nursery chain's business model still needs the right backing.

LETTER OF THE WEEK

LETTER OF THE WEEK

'More than one in five children' start their reception year already obese, writes Rob Rees, chair of the School Food Trust (In My View, 18 March).

This letter is not about private prep schools in general, as we have great relationships with nearly all the schools that our children move to, both state and private. I am writing to share a dilemma that we are facing with one school.

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