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Expansion to another site meant it was time for management training across the staff at this nursery. Karen Faux reports.
In the final part of this series, Caroline Jones suggests that when it is handled appropriately, conflict can lead to improved teamwork and clarification of ideas.
Fussy eating is a family affair, says Sian Nisbett, director of Dizzy Ducks Day Nursery, which owns three nurseries in Essex.
Curriculum development and self-evaluation are examined in new workshops, writes Karen Faux.
Nursery managers are getting together to provide guidance and support for colleagues who may need it. Karen Faux reports.
The help that a business development manager can offer one local authority's childcarers is explained by Karen Faux.
Businesses that can demonstrate effective control over their working capital are in a strong position, says Ian Murchie, relationship director in the Barclays Commercial Bank Healthcare Team (email@example.com)
Managers took a deeper look at their roles and how they practise them in the self-evaluation course facilitated by Laura Henry
Helping children to benefit from a diverse range of relationships and experiences takes careful thought and organisation, says nursery manager Kathryn Peckham.
Giving parents the hours of childcare they want doesn't always mesh with what an early years setting is able to offer. Melanie Defries hears how nursery practitioners handle it.
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