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The ingredients that made for an award-winning Manager of the Year are discovered by Laura Marcus.
There's more than enough room at Little Angels but it's still very cosy, reports Laura Marcus.
Many mothers are keen to see more males working in early years settings. Mary Evans explains how Paint Pots is leading the way.
Would you rather a state-of-the-art office or a 'cupboard'? Two nursery managers describe their working environment to Nicole Weinstein.
Growing vegetables and conserving energy has become part of the daily routine for children at some day nurseries. Jackie Cosh reports.
As the recession starts to bite and parents lose jobs, what can managers do to safeguard the futures of their settings? Mary Evans looks at survival tactics.
Nursery managers are now gaining a picture of what true integrated working looks like. Karen Faux sees what it will mean in practice.
In the current economic climate nursery managers are battening down the hatches and finding ways to be resourceful. This means making savings wherever possible and getting the most out of staff.
Little People's Day Nurseries, which now has three branches, started out downstairs in the family home, says Laura Marcus.
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