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The early years sector is to come together on the weekend of the 13 and 14 September to discuss how to effectively engage with Ofsted following mounting concern over inspections.

Rosedene Nurseries, which operates eight settings throughout North-East England and Yorkshire, is to open a new nursery in Middlesborough, North Yorkshire in October.

In the last of her current series Nikki Fairchild describes how work is going on behind the scenes at the University of Chichester to ensure a smooth transition to Early Years Teacher

Barnardo's and Action for Children have lost their contracts to run seven children's centres in Leicester in a council bid to save 1.7m a year.

Three Greater Manchester children's centres have been judged 'inadequate' by Ofsted less than six months after they became a 'cluster'.

The Liberal Democrats are calling for daycare providers to open for longer hours, as increasingly atypical working patterns are making it difficult for parents to access their childcare entitlement.

Ofsted is toughening up its early years inspection system with a new framework operational from 4 November.

South-west nursery group Mama Bear's has bought a former pub which it plans to convert into a nursery, taking the number of its settings to 19.

The three workplace nurseries, run on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs, are set to close in August 2015.

A former nursery employee has won a legal battle against nursery group Bright Horizons Family Solutions after being left severely disabled when using a faulty cot at one of its nurseries.