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Confidence is an essential ingredient for quality childcare provision. Katy Morton looks at why it matters and what to do when it falters.
With buyer and seller confidence rising, these are exciting times for the property market. Karen Faux talks to the experts about what the picture looks like nationwide.
As this highly significant bill enters its final stages in Parliament, we ask Family and Childcare Trust policy and public affairs expert Adam Butler some key questions.
The remodelling of a listed building and its outdoor space has created an exciting new place for learning and creativity, says Aiysha Zahida.
Would a city-centre nursery ever dream of swapping places with a setting in a remote rural outpost or vice versa? Joe Lepper speaks to nurseries in both locations to get an idea of how they compare.
As the result of much careful planning, The Mulberry Bush Nursery boasts some fabulous spaces - including a kitchen designed specially for use by the children. Jackie Cosh finds out how it took shape.
Three nursery providers tell Meredith Jones Russell how providing free places for two-year-olds is proving to be an exciting journey with many benefits.
With the Government making plans to create a more flexible and responsive childcare market, Karen Faux asks professionals for their suggestions for improvement on provision.
A new nursery has been set up in a former Greek school and is being developed in consultation with the children, says Aiysha Zahida.
Many nursery managers are still trying to gauge what the Early Years Educator and Early Years Teacher roles are really going to mean from a practical perspective. Karen Faux reports
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