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Do you want to keep up to speed on the Government’s 30-hour childcare policy and what it means for your setting?

Puddings, presents and prunes: the festive editions of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s paint a vivid picture of a very vintage Christmas

It’s not just the articles in Nursery World that provide a fascinating record of social history, the advertisements also show how life – and shopping – has changed over the years

The pages of Nursery World have espoused much forward thinking– but have not been immune to sexism either

Annette Rawstrone, editor of Nursery World’s 75th, 80th and 85th anniversary supplements, takes a look at the rise of technology through the pages ofthe magazine

While many nannies and mothers had happy relationships in the 1920s, correspondence in Nursery World shows how class, values and beliefs on how to raise children would often collide, says Dr Katherine Holden in a new book

Winner - The Co-operative Childcare Newburn Nursery, Newcastle upon Tyne

Dr Anna Goodman is the lead author of a study into the effect of daylight saving time on children's physical activity

Network Development Officer, Childhood Bereavement Network

Dr Wright, a teacher and therapist, has just launched the BASES project, a school and community-based intervention for homeless pre-school children, their families and teachers.