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Education secretary Michael Gove has mooted the possibility that changes to business rate relief and VAT for nurseries could be considered at the same time as plans being looked into for academies and free schools.

Offering high-quality food within budget is undoubtedly a challenge, but can be achieved with careful food management, says Karen Faux.

What options are available for nutrition training, and how can practitioners best develop the skills they need? Ruth Thomson investigates.

Winner of the Nursery World Nursery Food Award 2013, Tootsies Private Day Nursery in Farnham, Surrey, is serving up something unique. Ruth Thomson visited to find out what makes it special.

Education and Childcare Minister Elizabeth Truss answers Nursery World readers' questions about More Great Childcare and More Affordable Childcare

The children are showing lots of interest in kites. We've been making kites and flying them outside and have extended this from a literacy aspect by reading Stuck by Oliver Jeffers. The children loved the humorous nature of the story and joined in with the refrains. Emma Davis, Busy Bees, Hertfordshire ... Management

We love the Nuna Leaf baby seats. We have them in all our baby rooms instead of bouncers and rockers. They provide a more natural motion and lots of our parents are now buying them too. Jennie Johnson, Kids Allowed, Cheshire ... Management

Za-Za's Baby Brother by Lisa Cousins is a fab story for a family having a baby. We read it to our children and families, and recommend it for reading at home. It is bright, bold and understandable. Danielle Clarke-Walsh, Little Explorers, Liverpool. ... Management

The new Ofsted inspection framework says that inspectors must keep the 'bigger picture' in mind and take into account the history of provision, including any concerns, when making their judgement.