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The benefits of messy play are well known to practitioners, but many parents are still wary of it for a number of reasons, reports Julie Mountain, who carried out a survey on the subject

Have the Education, Health and Care plans achieved their aim of ensuring that children with SEND receive the right support from all agencies early? Karen Faux investigates

The volume of plastic now littering the environment has provoked widespread realisation that our consumer habits need to change. Meredith Jones Russell reports on the settings leading the way

We often talk about deprivation from a UK perspective, yet we are one of the richest countries in the world. How is it tackled in developing countries? Gabriella Jozwiak reports

We know the 30 hours represents a significant saving for some parents, but is this the case for all? Katy Morton and Hannah Crown report

The conditions governing delivery of the 30 hours are being set out in local agreements up and down the country, and there is significant variation, finds Charlotte Goddard

A well-structured staff induction programme goes a long way to helping retain employees and brings huge benefits to both practitioners and settings, Nicole Weinstein discovers

In the wake of the recent spate of terrorist attacks in London and Manchester, some settings are revising their emergency policies. Meredith Jones Russell reports

What should a manager do when a child who attends the setting dies? asks Jackie Musgrave

The high cost of childcare for parents, and the changing world of work, are giving rise to a demand for a new daycare model. Annette Rawstrone reports on parent-led nurseries