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Looking back over nine decades of Nursery World magazines, from the Jazz Age to the Noughties, gives a wonderful insight into changing attitudes to children and the professionalisation of the nursery sector.
Week by week since 1925, Nursery World has been at the heart of the effort to ensure that children have the best start possible, says Annette Rawstrone.
Nursery World has been published under many guises over the decades, even a different title, but children have always had prominence. We take a look at the many faces of the magazine.
Quality is a big issue in Ofsted's latest annual report on childcare. Ruth Thomson rounds up the main findings.
A children's centre made from more than a million Lego bricks is the largest inhabited Lego structure in the world.
A childminder's home childcare business is expanding into a purpose-built nursery setting.
Local authorities are applying varying interpretations of the Code of Practice - the rules covering the 15-hour free entitlement - in different areas, according to reports from Montessori settings.
Name: Liz McLean
Children living in deprived areas are less likely to use the free entitlement than those from well-off areas, according to a new study.
Children living in areas with Sure Start Local Programmes (SSLP) are less likely to be overweight and have better physical health than children in other areas, according to new research.
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