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Education and Childcare Minister Elizabeth Truss answers Nursery World readers' questions about More Great Childcare and More Affordable Childcare
Nikki Fairchild describes how it's now full-steam ahead at Chichester University to start delivering the new Early Years Teacher programme
Let's get one thing out of the way first: I'm no expert on childcare. I've been following the debate on ratios with great interest, but my focus here is in one important part of childcare provision: food.
Nursery manager James Boddey puts his case for charging by the hour as the best approach to making childcare affordable for all
Perhaps Liz Truss could persuade the Treasury to adopt a novel form of quantitative easing, argues Ross Midgley - just print more children.
It's not surprising that early years practitioners who study and gain qualifications are most likely to be able to offer positive support for developing children.
Understanding a child's background and family circumstances is key to providing effective provision, says James Hempsall.
Pre-School Learning Alliance chief executive Neil Leitch calls for a proper consultation on ratios
Still no pronouncement on ratios, regulation and childcare affordability as Nursery World went to press, but by the time you read this, the Government may well have released its response to Nutbrown and the Childcare Commission.
If an early years practitioner gains a higher level qualification, will she be effective in supporting more children?
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