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Interested to know what would have been on the table at Christmas in 1938? Or what having a baby was like two years after the NHS was first born in 1950? Or the nursery routine of four-year-old Prince Charles?

Toad Hall Nursery in Berkhamsted held a family social event to plant some trees and time capsules.

Prince Charles banging a drum, Princess Anne’s independence, Prince Andrew’s gilt wickerwork cot… such telling royal insights appeared in scintillating detail, finds Hannah Crown

Busy Bees managing director Marg Randles has been awarded an OBE for her services to childcare.

Many children in early years settings experience the loss of a parent and they all need support, says Professor Cathy Nutbrown

You may have read descriptions of the different courses available for prospective early years teachers, but what do people on them say they are actually like?

Happy Child Nursery in Ealing, west London, ran a Fun and Fitness week with lots of activities.

The Government’s enterprise bill, which makes misuse of the term 'apprenticeship' illegal, had its first commons reading on 17 December.

The Education and Adoption Bill gives the government new powers to turn failing schools into academies.

One nursery owner shares his thoughts on the Call for Evidence and funding review.

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