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What is empathy and its role in learning? An edited extract from Helen Garnett’s book on the subject, which won a Nursery World award this year, reveals all

The Government has recently announced a raft of initiatives targeted at closing the disadvantage gap in the early years. Hannah Crown disentangles them

What can settings do to attract more men, as well as more people from diverse ethnic backgrounds – and why is this important? Charlotte Goddard reports

With the 30 hours leading to more children attending multiple settings, Pennie Akehurst finds the common areas settings can improve on when it comes to working together

Nursery World and NDNA join forces for a behind-the-scenes column

An online course helped EYT Rebecca Mitchell spruce up reading activities. By Gabriella Jozwiak

Our resident employment lawyer Caroline Robins, principal associate at Eversheds, answers your questions

The funding gap is huge, poorer parts of the country have less access to childcare, and practitioners are paid just 2p an hour more than cleaners. But pride in the job remains, according to Ceeda’s About Early Years annual report. Hannah Crown reports

What exactly is expected of a ‘designated safeguarding lead’, legally and practically, asks Rachel Buckler

What does the future have in store for the early years workforce if current trends continue? Sara Bonetti, associate director of early years at the Education Policy Institute, makes some exclusive predictions