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How tolerant should private nurseries be about what time parents pick up their children, and to what extent can they afford it? Melanie Defries talks to a group of managers.

Fussy eating is a family affair, says Sian Nisbett, director of Dizzy Ducks Day Nursery, which owns three nurseries in Essex.

Becoming a mother after becoming a teacher can bring new insights into the work of early years practitioners, as Phoebe Doyle found out.

Know the value of your nursery newsletter, says Sian Nisbett, nursery director of Dizzy Ducks Day Nursery, which owns three nurseries in Essex.

Sleep is essential for a child to grow and stay healthy, but achieving a routine that is comfortable for both child and parents is not always easy. Penny Tassoni offers advice.

Do early years staff have a right to be critical of the parents of children in their care? Melanie Defries spoke with a number of professionals in private day nurseries.

The brutal assault by two young brothers on a nine- and an 11-year-old in a South Yorkshire ravine has dominated the headlines. Here a child psychotherapist imagines his response to a social worker's request for advice on the brothers when they were just six and 18 months old.

Children sold their artwork at their own charity auction, reports Annette Rawstrone.

Home is where the most important brain development is for babies and toddlers. Kim Roberts explains how early years practitioners need to work with parents to enable the best possible outcomes for children.

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