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Find out about this highly-rated early years philosophy at the Nursery World Show.

Don't let Christmas be a stressful experience - for the sake of practitioners and children, says Chloe Webster of Pebbles Childcare

Birmingham City Council is reviewing the future of its nurseries, after the GMB union raised concerns at the prospect of the closure of all 14 of the city’s council-run settings.

New DfE figures show local authority spending on Sure Start and early years services has fallen by more than £650 million since 2010.

UKCRC Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR) and MRC Epidemiology Unit, University of Cambridge

The publication of Ofsted’s Reception year report ‘Bold Beginnings’ has been met with dismay by some teachers and early years experts, particularly those concerned about the push of more formal learning from Key Stage 1 into the EYFS.

Dropping the eligibility cap for Tax-Free Childcare would free up £150m to pay for foster carers to access the 30 hours, the chair of the Education Select Committee has said.

In these weeks running up to Christmas, the problems of inequality, disadvantage and lack of social mobility in our country come into ever-sharper focus, as both our regular columnists highlight.

Too many people are fiddling with early years policy, says Michael Pettavel, when the real problem is money

Early years practitioners have a vital role to play in developing healthy sleeping habits for the babies and young children in their care. Jackie Hardie explains her nursery’s approach

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