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Childminders must now prove their business is being run to make a profit or could be forced to repay thousands of pounds in backdated tax credits.
Nurseries are considering fee rises of up to seven per cent to help pay for the new ‘living wage’, according to property expert Courteney Donaldson.
In the first of a series on sustainable ideas for your setting, Sarah Emerson, head of education at Kids Love Nature, gives an overview of how managers can go green and save money in the process
Small nurseries are not likely to survive the introduction of the 30 hours of funded childcare, leading sector figures have warned.
4Children is supporting nurseries, schools and local authorities to open childminder agencies in a new push by the Department for Education to expand the scheme across England.
Two Devon nurseries have closed temporarily after a former worker was arrested on suspicion of distributing indecent images of children.
Whether it’s gin and tonic or apple crumble and custard, some things work better together than apart. By Charlotte Goddard
Two nursery owners have been recognised in the New Year Honours list.
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