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If the test itself is wrong, children shouldn't be judged as a failure if they fail the test!
As nurseries are having to tighten their belts like everyone else, Mary Evans outlines some ways that managers can take firmer control of their business finances while keeping the staff happy
Employment law has changed this year and other new legislation is on its way in 2012. Jacqui Mann, managing director of HR4 Nurseries, reviews the important developments and urges employers to keep their policies up to date
I have recently moved to Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council in South Yorkshire, to a role as head/headteacher of an integrated children's centre and nursery school.
Will less be more for the new Code of Practice on the free entitlement to nursery education?
If your child was born after the first of January this year, then you missed the deadline to get a Child Trust Fund.
Nursery chains are thinking ahead to how they will implement the revised EYFS once it is finalised by the Government. Nicole Weinstein hears their plans
Times may be tough, but with the right strategies nursery groups can prosper and grow. Mary Evans tests the market.
One of the most important questions facing the early years sector in 2012 is how we measure success.
It is fantastic that the Department for Education has asked Professor Cathy Nutbrown of the University of Sheffield to lead the review of early years training and qualifications.
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