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A trip to Norway taught practitioners about outdoor learning, says Karen Faux.

The best way to deal with rapid developments in the sector is to be informed and keep lines of communication open with staff, says Sarah Presswood of George Perkins Day Nursery in Birmingham.

Early years settings can do much to ensure the staff team reflect the wider local community, says Dwynwen Stepien of the NCB.

The crucial sequence of events leading to a client's new nursery opening is being carefully plotted by Derek Hayes.

Lynn Bryden is business and finance support officer at Sure Start Strategic Partnership Tyne & Wear (www.northtyneside.gov.uk).

Meeting staff members to review performance and hear feedback is worth the effort for both parties if handled properly, says Jenny Stocks

Policies and procedures for dealing with children's illnesses or injuries, keeping animals on site, and providing healthy food and drink with hygienic practice are outlined in our series.

In an extract from her book Essential Nursery Management, manager Susan Hay advises that success is a matter of getting priorities right.

There's a lot you can do to right the imbalances in day nursery funding, says Purnima Tanuku, chief executive of the NDNA.

It takes time and energy to build an enduring relationship with parents. Sarah Presswood, manager of George Perkins Day Nursery in Birmingham, explains why she thinks it's so important.

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