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Retired nursery owner and crew member of fleet yacht PSP Logistics

Two of the UK’s leading early years experts and trainers have been honoured for their exemplary leadership in the sector.

New research suggests that 5.84 million people are paid less than the Living Wage and of these 280,000 work in the childcare and related personal services sector.

Geo Journey is an educational subscription service, which takes children on a learning journey around the world.

As the Government faced a revolt in the House of Lords with peers voting to delay cuts to tax credits, a new analysis shows nursery nurses would be among those in jobs hardest hit from next April.

Leading early years educator Professor Tina Bruce CBE will be taking to the floor as part of a fantastic line-up of speakers for a morning masterclass at the Nursery World Show 2016 on February 6.

Too many apprentices are accredited for making coffee, serving sandwiches or cleaning floors, according to a damning new report into apprenticeships from Ofsted.

Delivering Budget 2016, Ireland’s ministers announced €85m in new childcare funding to improve the country’s provision.

A new pilot project will see accredited nutritionists work with early years providers to help them develop and maintain a culture of healthy eating and nutrition in their settings.

Cash-strapped nurseries are facing a new financial struggle after it has emerged that many are losing thousands meeting sick pay costs.