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Nursery group CfBT Education Trust has sold its nurseries in the South of England to growing chain All About Children.

The early years sector has given a largely positive response to the Chancellor's announcement to extend the free entitlement to 40 per cent of two-year-olds by 2015.

Ryan Shorthouse, researcher at the Social Market Foundation, says that action is needed to stop childcare costs rising out of the reach of families

Sarah Steel, managing director of the Old Station Nursery group, has just returned from a fascinating trip to Bangalore, in the south of India, where she visited a number of pre-schools and nurseries. Here she recounts the differences and similarities with the UK market and reflects how far we have travelled in the last decade as a sector.

Last week Ofsted published its annual report, which showed an increase to the number of early years settings gaining good and outstanding grades.

Professor Cathy Nutbrown is holding one-day events across the country to give the early years and childcare workforce the chance to contribute to the qualifications review.

Lincolnshire-based nursery group Town and Country Kiddies has invested 400,000 in transforming a former children's home into a state-of-the-art nursery which will open in the spring.

Tap into the latest ideas for maximising the potential of your outdoors by signing up for the Nursery World Outdoor Learning and Play conference, being held in London on 1 February.

The quality of provision in early years settings has risen in the past year, according to the latest inspection figures from Ofsted, with more providers judged to be outstanding or good.

Coram Children's Legal Centre has launched a new telephone line offering free legal advice for practitioners on child protection and safeguarding issues.