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Christmas is a special occasion - but it can come a little too early in some nursery settings, argues Working Mum.

Handing over dietary control to a nursery may save you time, but it is a concern if the food isn't healthy, says Working Mum.

Nursery practitioners' enthusiasm about starting school and links with teachers really eases the transition, says Working Mum.

Quality of care is the most important consideration for nurseries, but management blunders put parents off, says Working Mum.

Lack of suitable out-of-school provision presents difficulties for parents forced to juggle responsibilities, says Working Mum.

How practitioners deal with an incident such as biting can make a big difference to the outcome for child and parent, says Working Mum

'Fair weather' settings are depriving children of the joy of being outside, says Working Mum.

Messy is fine - to a point, says WorkingMum. But it would help if parents were told the purpose of it all.

Your child might not tell you about the exciting things that they've been doing at nursery, but maybe the staff should, says Working Mum.

What does early years education and childcare look like through the eyes of a typical working mother? In the first of a new series, Working Mum explains how settling her second daughter into nursery was as hard as first time around

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