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Ministers should consider restricting the 30-hour offer to those settings that are graded Good or Outstanding, a leading early years organisation argues.

The quality of food that children eat in their early years settings could suffer as an unintended consequence of introducing the 30-hour childcare entitlement, findings from a joint survey carried out by Nursery World and the Children’s Food Trust suggest.

Whether it’s gin and tonic or apple crumble and custard, some things work better together than apart. By Charlotte Goddard

Part one of our new 12-part collectible series on child development looks at meeting the emotional and learning needs of the unique child. By Julia Manning-Morton

References, which are provided
 at the discretion of the employer, can be a minefield. Jacqui Mann explores the particular risks associated with verbal references, citing a recent tribunal case

Childcare minister Sam Gyimah has written to sector organisations to notify them of Government plans to consult on a rise to the annual Ofsted fees for childcare providers.

Nurseries and childminders will have to show Ofsted that they are using the Early Years Pupil Premium to best effect.