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The early learning goals for literacy and mathematics in the EYFS have been amended, in light of the response from the early years sector to the revised framework.

Babies with low levels of stress are less likely to develop allergies as toddlers, according to new research.

The number of reception class children who are overweight or obese has dropped slightly, according to the latest statistics.

Nurseries can check they are meeting children's nutritional needs with the Infant and Toddler Forum's Tot it Up food calculator

Neonatal nursery nurses (NNNs) are employed mainly in special care baby units (SCBU).

'Doctor, my son has had a fever for over five days now. He's getting more and more unwell, can you help?'

In our last issue, Nursery World reported on a scheme in Brent, believed to be the first in the country, which will pay early years settings small grants to boost vaccination rates of pre-school children.

An expanding part of our practice has worked a treat, say Nicola Bushell and Hayley Cannell, joint managers of Oakey Dokey's Pre-School in Essex.

Nurseries are to be paid to encourage parents to have their children vaccinated, in a new scheme designed to boost the vaccination rate of under-fives.

Pilots have started in five local authorities to train early years practitioners on the forthcoming nutritional guidelines, and encourage families with young children to eat more healthily.