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We know that preparing for and implementing the Early Years Foundation Stage is top of mind for everyone working with children from birth to five. The next year will be crucial for local authorities and practitioners to get to grips with what best practice will entail and how that will fit with targets for improving outcomes.

Big deals in the nursery chain market pose little threat to the sector as a whole, says Alan Bentley.

Sharon Peach says that her day nursery has been inundated with responses to sharing ideas on treasure baskets (Letters, 23 August) and proposes that more nurseries network.

Purnima Tanuku's 'Profit or loss?' (13 September) makes some good points about government funding and the private sector, but unfortunately not her suggestion that 'profit' be replaced with 'surplus'. The dictionary defines surplus as, 'an amount left...

I am concerned about the way families receive help with the cost of their childcare through Working Families Tax Credit.

Letter of the week wins 30 worth of children's books.

The debate over the place of private, voluntary and independent providers in childcare services rages on this week, following Helen Penn's launch of the International Centre for the Study of the Mixed Economy of Childcare (Nursery World, 30 August) and Purnima Tanuku of the NDNA's response about the need for profit to keep the PVI sector healthy (13 September).

Letter of the week wins 30 worth of children's books.

Like Gary Holmes (Letters, 26 July) I find it strange that there are still childcare providers who do not offer children a quality diet.

I agree with much of Marcella Cunningham's letter about the private sector (Nursery World, 30 August).

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