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Children feel excluded from decisions that affect them, according to research by the National Participation Forum.

A nursery has turned the nasty experience of being burgled into a positive learning experience for children.

Only meaningful dialogue between the Government and the early years sector will avoid ideological swings in policy and achieve a balanced approach to reform of the EYFS, say Margaret Edgington, Richard House and Kim Simpson of the Open EYE Campaign.

Laura Henry, Nursery World contributor and managing director of training and business support company the Childcare Consultancy, has been appointed the UK's national representative for the World Forum Foundation on Early Care and Education.

Babies' experiences of daycare are the subject of a conference on 9 July, taking place at Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent.

New guidance on outdoor play aims to dispel some popular myths about health and safety and risk.

Nurseries must work harder to achieve rigorous self-evaluation under Ofsted's current inspection regime, members of the National Day Nurseries Association were told at their annual conference last week.

A new book by the Pre-School Learning Alliance aims to make it easier for nurseries and early years settings to go green and foster an understanding of environmental awareness and climate change.

Budding artists from the reception classes at Kew Prep School in Surrey and Thorpe Greenways Infant School in Essex can see their interpretation of Pierre-Auguste Renoir's painting called 'The Umbrella' at the National Gallery in London.

Every children's centre outreach service could soon have to comply with a set of core principles and standards, under draft plans by the Department for Children, Schools and Families.