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The coalition Government says it will be announcing its plans in the new year to develop early years workforce leaders.

Some early years and childcare qualifications will continue to be offered until January 2012, after the CWDC confirmed that it is extending the deadline for current qualifications by a year.

A Staffordshire hospital nursery will close in the New Year because the NHS Trust can no longer afford to fund it.

What should nurseries and practitioners be doing to protect children from paedophiles? We look at the issues surrounding the Vanessa George abuse case. ... Policy and Politics, Practice, Management, Working with parents, Provision

An inquiry into the Vanessa George child abuse case has highlighted a number of flaws in the inspection framework for nurseries.

This year, for the first time, Nursery Chains' annual table of the top nursery chains in the UK and Ireland has increased in size to include the names of the top 25 groups, reflecting the strength of the sector.

A local authority that has been campaigning to get more men into childcare has added two podcasts to its recruitment drive.

Nursery providers are facing huge losses and even closure as the Government slashes promised capital funding ... Policy and Politics, Management, Provision

It's the last chance for delegates to sign up for Nursery World's 'EYFS two years on: planning for the unique child' conference, which takes place on 29 September in London.

Up to a quarter of nurseries charge parents top-up fees or for extra hours for the free nursery education entitlement, a survey by the Daycare Trust suggests.

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