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The success of the free nursery education scheme for two-year-olds could depend on nurseries working together with local authorities and other early years providers. Karen Faux hears from those who are making a go of it.

The likes of Twitter and Facebook are here to stay and the challenge now is how best to use them. Katy Morton hears how some enterprising nurseries are maximising their potential.

Check what has been going on in the world of employment law and look ahead to what is set to happen in 2013 with this guide by Jacqui Mann.

Charity fundraising not only helps others, but delivers a strong feel-good factor to a nursery's staff, parents and children, while raising the community profile of the business, says Sophie Hudson.

Knowing exactly what it wants has enabled a nursery group to launch its latest site without getting in a spin, says Jackie Cosh.

Determined fundraising efforts helped a pre-school to buy a portable building that has exceeded all expectations. Sue Corfield reports.

Early years providers are doing it for themselves when it comes to making sure their staff can gain the skills and understanding that their settings require. Karen Faux hears what they most value.

How do you audit your outdoor provision and draw up plans for improvement? Workforce, environment, and practice are the key factors, according to Gail Ryder Richardson.

The Old Station Nursery provides a stimulating environment for children from army families using green credentials. Sue Learner hears how.

The details of recent equality legislation are wide-ranging, and early years settings need to make sure they comply with the Act. Jane Lane and Brenda Parkes provide a guide.

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