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Considering investing in an online learning journal? Want to know more about the pros and cons? A specially convened Nursery World panel has taken a look at some of the options available

Everyone agrees on the need for decent supervision. So why is it so hard to achieve, asks Ruth Stokes

Nine nurseries have been ‘named and shamed’ on the latest minimum wage offenders list. How did they get there, and how easy was it to fall foul of the rules? Ruth Stokes reports

Food tastes better when you cook and eat it outside. Mary Llewellin offers some useful tips

Nurture Groups offer children and young people with difficult emotional, social and behavioural needs a safe place within their school where their problems can be addressed. By Caroline Vollans

Whether or not the term ‘gifted and talented’ is appropriate for the early years, all young children need to be able to find and explore their fascinations, explains Caroline Vollans

For ambitious settings, an Ofsted grade just isn't enough. In a bid for external recognition, some are spending several years and thousands of pounds on awards. Annette Rawstrone finds out why.

Our approach to reading can make a real difference to how under-threes engage, says Charlotte Goddard

The first-ever dedicated survey of the impact of nursery work on physical health is in. Katy Morton and Hannah Crown report.

A dinosaur theme can enhance imaginative play and teach about change over time.