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The parent trap

We need a shift in the mindset of employers in the UK, so that flexible working is seen as the norm, not the exception, argues Sarah Jackson

To the point - Stand up for women

Ever heard of Laura Trott? Probably not. She isn't a household name. But she has a very important job - she's David Cameron's new special adviser on women.

To the point: Opt-outs ill-judged

At the same time that the principles of excellent early years practice have been reaffirmed in the revised EYFS, the Government is proposing to remove part of the sector from these requirements in a way that will not protect the entitlement of young children to the best provision that can be offered to them.

Market roundup - moving up?

After a bit of a hiatus over the second and third quarter of 2020, the market for nursery transactions has been moving healthily again, says Arun Kanwar

To the point - Prevention not cure

David Cameron's recent turn to domestic policy with his 'Can Parent' classes is to be welcomed. Repositioning parenting classes as support for all, rather than a penalty for 'poor parents' is a good first step to encourage uptake. The next will be to ensure the service reaches the vulnerable, as well as the proactive.

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