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A new resource aims to help practitioners promote the safety and well-being of children in black and minority ethnic groups.

A project to promote children's oral health care through play sessions in early years settings has been expanded by the charity Action for Sick Children.

With a three-part series on transitions beginning in this week's Nursery World, five readers have a chance to win a free copy of Julie Fisher's new book, Moving On to Key Stage 1, published by the Open University Press at 17.99.

Children in private nurseries spend more time engaging in general play activities than those in maintained settings, new research has found.

A childminder's weblog has gained her a place on the shortlist for a national award.

UK pushchair manufacturer Maclaren has agreed to compensate children who were injured by its buggies.

Most parents would like to be able to easily change the way their child faces in their pushchair, suggests a study published today.

Pre-school children will have the chance to create their own art projects to transform their setting's outdoor area into a public exhibition space, during this year's National School Grounds Week (7-11 June.)

Up to 1.4 million children in reception year are to benefit from free books from September, thanks to a programme promoting the pleasure of reading.

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