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The largest nursery chain in the UK has acquired Kids 1st Day Nurseries, the ‘outstanding’ group of 11 nurseries.
Following the announcements made in the Chancellor’s Autumn Spending Review, Dr Jo Verrill, managing director of research agency Ceeda, examines how providers will be affected financially
Nursery employers have ‘major concerns’ over the need to increase fees for parents in order to pay staff the National Living Wage, a report by Christie + Co reveals.
Childcare providers will be able to ask schools if they can use their premises to run before and after-school and holiday childcare when they are not using them.
Parents will need to work 16 hours a week to be eligible for 30 hours of free childcare from 2017, the Chancellor has confirmed.
Childminders in Scotland will be required to complete a new standard of best practice before being allowed to register, under new government plans.
Our annual Nursery Chains supplement is out now, free with the latest issue of Nursery World.
Nurseries are relying on the ‘goodwill’ of staff to work unpaid overtime, according to a new survey by the education professionals’ union Voice.
A campaign has been launched by parents urging the London School of Economics (LSE) to re-invest rather than close its nursery provision.
Nursery groups Just Childcare and Child First have both acquired new settings.
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