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The food that children eat in the early years shapes their habits for life. Charlotte Goddard takes a seat at the nursery table for mealtimes in Hong Kong, Peru and Italy

Given the recruitment crisis, free entitlement and apprenticeship funding challenges, there is a lot of excitement about the new early years sector council set up in June by teaching union NAHT. Karen Faux quizzes chair Judy Shaw, head teacher of Tuel Lane Infants School & Nursery in Yorkshire, to find out more

In an austerity landscape, extensive free training is being replaced by more innovative councils with everything from partially subsidised to full profit-making models. Annette Rawstrone reports

Children’s centres provide childminders and parents with a crucial place to meet and access services, but many are closing. New mum Gabriella Jozwiak finds out what is replacing them

Everyone agrees on the need for decent supervision. So why is it so hard to achieve, asks Ruth Stokes

Considering investing in an online learning journal? Want to know more about the pros and cons? A specially convened Nursery World panel has taken a look at some of the options available

The pipeline feeding Level 3 childcare staff into the sector is drying up, and we have the data to prove it. Hannah Crown speaks to a sector in crisis

Conflicts of interest, whether real or perceived, are a hornet’s nest for nurseries and inspectors alike. Jo Parkes investigates

Overcoming a language barrier with families who speak little English requires time and effort, but is rewarding. By Karen Faux

We’re all used to being told the importance of a healthy lifestyle, but can practitioners practise what they preach? Annette Rawstrone finds out

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