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* A Lincolnshire day nursery has been registered to deliver the Montessori Diploma to local nursery nurses. Last month the Children's House in Stallingborough was accredited to deliver the Level 4 Diploma in Education.

It's the end of the day. You pick up your child and enquire dutifully what he has been doing. The response is surprising: 'I've been selling stamps'. What your child actually means is that they have been engaged in role play, and the dressing up area is currently a post office. So what exactly is role play and how does it help your child?

We list some of the organisations and charities dealing with children who have special needs Autism

By Ian Maxwell, deputy director of One Parent Families Scotland Scottish education minister Cathy Jamieson recently urged men to opt for childcare careers in a keynote speech to the 'When Men Become Carers' conference in Edinburgh, organised jointly by...

The Scottish Executive has been urged to close a loophole in its child protection legislation that leaves unchecked all nannies who are hired privately by families. The Scotland branch of the Professional Association of Teachers (PAT) wrote last week...

An Early Years Development and Childcare Partnership in Lancashire that is using rugby league to try to attract more men into childcare was among 26 EYDCPs from across England to win Partners in Excellence awards last week. The awards, a joint venture...

A competent First Aider can cope in an emergency situation, so make sure your skills and knowledge are up to date The Child Accident Prevention Trust believes child accidental injury prevention needs to be addressed to the physical environment, behaviour...

Do we really respect the religions we teach children about, or are we just shopping for souvenirs? Stephen Gregg and Sue Ranson pose difficult questions We have come a long way since the time when most of our nurseries would have acknowledged only the...

'Cameron still believes in Father Christmas. I have told him that just because the vicar doesn't believe in Father Christmas, it does not mean that he can't.' TV presenter Ulrika Jonsson, whose son heard a vicar explain why Father Christmas could not exist, the Daily Telegraph

Christmas is a peak time for household fires and injuries. According to Government statistics published last week, in December there are twice as many candle fires in houses as in other months of the year and also 5,400 accidental domestic fires or 174...

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