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The National Children's Bureau (NCB) has begun a wide-ranging and much-needed debate on the future of children's centres, including a survey about their purpose and value.
I think that the early years sector has been preserving a quiet sense of satisfaction that, amid all the policy moves that could threaten quality services for young children, the proposed ratio changes for babies and two-year-olds had been fought off.
The early years sector's interest in and knowledge of food and nutrition for young children has certainly been on the rise recently.
Yvette Oliver-Mighten of @Home Childcare makes the case for childminder agencies
As the Government consults on Tax-Free Childcare, quality reform seems to have taken a backseat, says Imogen Parker
Elizabeth Truss explains more about the government's plans for More Affordable Childcare
Childminder agencies are being rushed in despite fundamental flaws, argues Neil Leitch
Find support for taking on funded two-year-olds, says Liz Roberts
Nursery manager James Boddey puts his case for charging by the hour as the best approach to making childcare affordable for all
An increasing number of nurseries say their inspection 'requires improvement'
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