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Don't overlook the value of enjoyment as a motivating force in working life. Tina Jefferies points to children as an example.
Past experience and new ideas were the winning combination that got this nursery into a children's centre. Karen Faux reports
Washing hands is the first step to a clean nursery, but there are other vital hygienic practices, says Iain Stewart, founder of ToyGuard.
A popular nursery has branched out to offer local families more choice. Katy Morton hears how.
The downturn has favoured Dizzy Ducks Day Nursery, which is expanding its business, reports Karen Faux.
The Early Years Capital Grant is a great chance for PVI nurseries to improve the quality and scope of their provision, reports Mary Evans.
My First Friends Day Nursery has adapted its outside space to benefit children and staff, finds Karen Faux.
Concern is growing that without government aid, more low-paid early years staff will leave the sector, writes Karen Faux.
The Bright Horizons (BH) nursery chain has developed a network of more than 1,000 'partner' nurseries in the UK which can help meet the childcare needs of parents who have flexible working arrangements or require emergency care.
What can nurseries do to protect themselves in a period of financial uncertainty? Law partner Robert Collier offers some advice.
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