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Providing enriching learning experiences and reflecting the individuality of communities are values Little Einstein's holds dear, writes Karen Faux.

Contrary to expectations, swine flu has affected staff more than children for some nurseries. Being up to speed on the latest guidelines is important for minimising disruption this winter, says Jackie Cosh.

There's a feeling among managers that the demand for qualifications in early years is eclipsing the need to nurture raw talent.

Thorough preparation is essential for nursery operators applying to banks for funding. Form a clear idea of your objectives before you start, advises Ian Murchie of Barclays Commercial Bank Healthcare Team.

While often overlooked in the design of a nursery, the quality of lighting is a factor that can greatly affect children's wellbeing.

An organic nursery is setting out to continue what eco-conscious parents do at home, says Sue Learner.

Two enterprising brothers are creating a custom-built nursery with no expense spared.

Reports from authorities piloting the Early Years Single Funding Formula suggest the allocation may fail to level the playing field across PVI and maintained sectors, reports Mary Evans.

A lot hangs on the success of the Early Years Single Funding Formula to deliver sustainability when it comes to the free entitlement.

Mary Evans talks to one London local authority that is determined to maintain a holistic approach.

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