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Work Matters: Leadership - Change is good

Re-organising your nursery space can take a leap of the imagination and some staff may be resistant to the upheaval. But it is only with the support of the whole team that grand plans can be realised, says nursery manager Kathryn Peckham

In my view - Safe as they want to be

The gloves are off. In one corner we have Health Protection Scotland. In the other corner is the Secret Garden, a small outdoor nursery that just wants to allow children to enjoy all that is great about the outdoors.

Leadership - How to be first-rate

To improve a setting for 90 children, nursery leader Pip Otter carried out an audit, using the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scales (ECERS). This revealed strengths and weaknesses.

Management round table: should parents have the say on sleep?

Manager's dilemma: Our parents have very firm ideas about the amount of sleep they want their children to have at nursery, often because they do not want to be kept up all night by wakeful children who have slept during the day. We've heard of nurseries which have been downgraded by Ofsted for not putting the child's needs before the wishes of the parents, and we are finding it very difficult to strike a balance.

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