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A new awareness campaign has been launched to provide guidance on how to handle button batteries safely.

The ‘red book’, the paper-based personal child health record for under-fives, will be available online for London parents from April ahead of a national rollout.

Nursery paedophile Vanessa George could be released from prison next year if a parole board determines she no longer poses a risk to the public.

Opportunities to narrow the achievement gap between looked- after children and their peers are being missed, because too few receive high-quality early education.

The sector has called into question the effectiveness of Ofsted’s inspection regime following a TV report revealing safeguarding and health and safety failings at a nursery rated Good.

The early years sector has spoken out against a Good Morning Britain (GMB) report that calls into question the safety of nurseries.

Controversy over the use of plug socket covers in early years settings has arisen again following a Department of Health safety alert.

Early years settings will need a safeguarding lead practitioner on duty whenever they are open, Ofsted has said.

Nurseries concerned about becoming battle or training grounds for Pokémon Go gamers have been issued advice by the National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) following problems at a childcare centre in the USA.

The UK Supreme Court has ruled against the Scottish government’s plan for every child in Scotland to have a ‘named person’ to support their wellbeing.