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Earlier this month, Bright Horizons acquired Asquith Day Nurseries and Pre-Schools.

With the Government’s obesity strategy leaving much to be desired, early years managers may have to take the matter into their own hands, reports Hannah Crown

In the latest part of her series on managing costs, Karen Faux explores how settings can get to grips with budgets

The Old Station Nursery group, which operates settings throughout Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and Buckinghamshire, will open its fifth nursery in January.

Students in all sectors should have an alternative qualification to GCSEs, Robert Halfon said yesterday.

The Scottish Government has named the three local authorities that will trial delivery of its expanded early learning and childcare scheme next year.

The proportion of nurseries and childminders judged Good or Outstanding at their latest inspection now stands at 91 per cent - the best ever recorded.

Confidence in the childcare market appears to be strong, and even growing, with a number of acquisitions taking place alongside investment from outside players, reports Ruth Stokes

In response to potential loss of business to school settings, many nursery chains are providing in-house enhancement programmes to improve children’s learning and staff skills, writes Annette Rawstrone

Chris Roblett of Hungry Caterpillar Day Nurseries was named Nursery Operations/Regional Manager of the Year at the 2016 Nursery World Awards