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When they want nutritious food brought in, early years settings in Kent know who to call. Karen Faux meets an ambitious caterer.
A training company with its own demonstration nursery is now attracting interest from schools. Karen Faux hears what's up.
There's money out there that nurseries could get their hands on with a service that helps them track it down. Karen Faux reports.
An innovative new setting is to offer parents a place to work and their children a place for care at the same time, says Karen Faux.
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The EYFS Review suggests that a new professional qualification equivalent in status and content to the NNEB should be introduced. Annette Rawstrone asks nursery managers what they think
Research data can help you promote your services, says Jo Verrill, managing director of market research company CEEDA.
A nursery chain has developed its own magazine alongside its new website, with engaging parents among its aims, says Karen Faux.
Dame Clare Tickell's recommendations in the EYFS review are welcome, particularly the ones relating to universal early years checks.
What's the best policy, in what situation? Annette Rawstrone spoke to nursery managers and owners.
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