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Children's centres should become inter-generational settings to withstand the effect of cuts and to promote integration between different age groups, according to a new social enterprise.

Hundreds of Scotland's nurseries and childminders are failing to provide acceptable standards of care, according to inspection reports obtained by the Glasgow Herald newspaper through a Freedom of Information request.

The abolition of a flagship programme designed to foster creativity in children has been condemned by teachers and ambassadors of the arts as threatening the education of the most vulnerable children.

New playwork qualifications have been accepted on the Qualifications List as valid for working in early years settings, following confirmation from the CWDC.

Education secretary Michael Gove has partly reversed the Government's decision to axe the 13m grant for programmes which provide free books for babies and children, after the move was slammed by writers including the poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy and children's author Philip Pullman.

What do we hope for or fear happening in the year ahead? Nursery World heard from a range of concerned people across the early years sector.

The National Day Nurseries Association is offering a free factsheet for all nurseries to help them understand their obligations under the Equality Act 2010.

An Essex nursery that looked set to lose out on 1.2m from the Early Years Capital Grant has been told that the local authority will honour its contract and provide the funding.

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