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Don't forget - the deadline for the Nursery World Awards 2015 is tomorrow 31 May.

The business outlook for the UK's nursery groups is looking decidedly positive, as our comprehensive, annual guide to this vital part of the sector reveals.

A new Department for Education survey asking parents for their opinions on staff:child ratios has raised concern among the sector that there will be a renewed push for a relaxation.

Research interviews began last week with families taking part in one of the largest ever Government-funded studies into early years education.

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.

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.

Achieving Two Year Olds (A2YO) is inviting nurseries, childminders, children's centres and schools to attend its free roadshows rolling out nationwide

A Freedom of Information (FOI) request filed by a 'downgraded' nursery provider has revealed that only a tiny percentage of settings have had their complaint upheld by Ofsted and judgement changed.

The family-owned nursery group is expanding rapidly, with the launch of two new nurseries, one in a former police station.

Following last weekend's Big Conversation, Ofsted has confirmed that it would like to meet with representatives from the early years sector.