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A course in communication skills helped mum and Foundation Stage Teacher Katrina Yolland give her children language skills and, crucially, confidence

Two participants in Nursery World’s latest study tour, Helen Moylett and Di Chilvers, describe their positive experiences of visiting some of the country’s childcare settings

The Department for Education has finally responded to vocal concerns from the sector about the need to revise the GCSE rules for Level 3 early years workers, amid the recruitment crisis.

The Welsh Government has announced further developments to its 30-hours free childcare pledge, as well as a funded package of courses to upskill its early years workforce.

Sue Martin, professor of early childhood education in Toronto, says that Save the Children's call for more nursery teachers is missing the mark

Working for a nursery chain is the secret to career progression say these four early years practitioners, who have all stayed loyal to their group. By Gabriella Jozwiak

Two highly-acclaimed US academics will lead the Friday Masterclass at the Nursery World Show 2017.

Our Saturday Masterclass at the Nursery World Show 2017 will examine the role of communication and language approaches in closing the gap for birth to threes.

The Government has awarded a £3m contract to ensure settings and councils ‘work closely together’ to create enough childcare to implement the 30 hours policy.

The sector is urged to respond to a new consultation on the Level 3 literacy and numeracy requirements.