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The scourge of late payments is completely unnecessary, argues Keith Appleyard, nursery treasurer and formerly Head of Governance, Risk and Compliance at American Express

From the 30 hours to Bold Beginnings to a new Baseline pilot, the DfE is consistently ignoring our sector’s concerns, says Sue Cowley

There are rumours of a potentially major change to the way Ofsted rates England’s childcare providers and I, for one, couldn’t be happier about it.

The link between immature motor skills and lower educational performance has been overlooked, says Sally Goddard Blythe

It’s time to create a new curriculum and early years system that better cater to today’s children, writes Professor Iram Siraj

The Government is gearing up to try and relax ratios again, argues Christie and Co's Courteney Donaldson, managing director of childcare and education

June O'Sullivan remembers early years champion Sue Chambers

Professor Cathy Nutbrown, the new president of Early Education, looks back at how the organisation's leaders have campaigned for nursery education and equality

We need working conditions in the childcare sector to improve, for both staff and the children they care for, says Professor Helen Penn

Changes are afoot for Scottish nurseries with business rates exemption coming in from 1 April and the increase to 1140 hours by 2020