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Childminders have performed better than nurseries in initial results from the first two months of the new inspections framework.

Children’s centres in poor areas help disadvantaged families to develop parenting skills, improve mothers’ mental health and children's learning at home, research shows.

The largest nursery chain in the UK has acquired Kids 1st Day Nurseries, the ‘outstanding’ group of 11 nurseries.

Nursery fees are going up, vacancies are going unfilled for months at a time and staff are leaving childcare because they can’t progress, say the majority of employers in a new survey.

A number of nurseries operated by universities and colleges across the UK are under threat or due to close, as they claim too few students are taking up places.

While the past 90 years may have seen the demise of ‘lady nurses’, the Truby King method and woollen underwear, the same core issues crop up time and again, as Hannah Crown discovers

Ten per cent of babies need some form of neonatal care. Gabriella Jozwiak finds out about a career that has challenges and rewards in equal measure

Training on environment, communication and parents helped Liz Ludden, senior early years teacher at Dukes and Duchesses, revitalise her setting, though not without some controversy. Hannah Crown reports

Following the announcements made in the Chancellor’s Autumn Spending Review, Dr Jo Verrill, managing director of research agency Ceeda, examines how providers will be affected financially

In Kate Tyler’s Social Media column in this issue, she tells us all not to let Twitter ruin Christmas and to take a break from social media.