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Don't let Christmas be a stressful experience - for the sake of practitioners and children, says Chloe Webster of Pebbles Childcare
In Ireland there is a recruitment crisis, but qualification requirements are not to blame - it's all about low pay, says Dr Moloney.
Nursery World's Ruth Thomson reports from our trip to see early years education in India, from nurseries to Diwali celebrations
Robert Goodwill, the new Minister for Children and Families, reflects on his first six weeks in post since the General Election
PACEY's chief executive Liz Bayram says childminders need more support, recognition and funding to successfully deliver the extended entitlement.
The 30-hours scheme is heading for failure if problems raised in the pilot evaluation are glossed over instead of tackled, argues Neil Leitch
Is Brexit a threat, a challenge or an opportunity for the future of those nurseries fostering bilingual or plurilingual education in England?
Responses to recent research suggest that many nurseries will not deliver the 30 hours. Will this actually happen, asks Liz Roberts
Let's use our collective strength to talk to government about early years sector concerns, says Cheryl Hadland, founder of Tops Day Nurseries
Caroline Flint, who set up the first cross-party group for childcare, and was one of 101 Labour women MPs elected 20 years ago next month, reflects on the dramatic changes to early years policy since 1997.
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