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Nurseries concerned about risk will be interested in new proposals over health and safety, say Tabitha Cave and Natalie Andrews.

As I type this I am looking out at a snowy scene in the centre of London. It's not what I anticipated when leaving the 'frozen north' a few months ago to join the team at London Early Years Foundation. I trust that we are all trying to keep warm and support the children in having fun.

My congratulations to Nursery World on its 85th anniversary. Nursery World is so good that we bought it twice!

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The inspector could hardly believe her eyes at the sight of the excellent practice throughout this nursery, reports Karen Faux.

The recently published Department for Education business plan suggests options for allowing parents greater flexibility with their 15 hours. We can assume 'stretching' the 15-hour entitlement will be part of this exploration.

To stay successful, nurseries must keep their money moving and take immediate steps to recover debt, advises Robert Collier.

Franchising is the way to grow, as a nursery chain that is quickly expanding across England has discovered. Karen Faux reports.

What should nurseries and practitioners be doing to protect children from paedophiles? We look at the issues surrounding the Vanessa George abuse case. ... Policy and Politics, Practice, Management, Working with parents, Provision

International awards honour architecture for children, says Ruth Thomson.