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Nurseries and pre-schools around the country have been celebrating the festive season and doing good deeds.

Season's Greetings to all our readers, advertisers and suppliers.

Every early years practitioner needs to know about schemas, and our seminar at the Nursery World show 2016 will be full of useful information.

Our great seminar 'Forest School: adventure, risk and learning' will give invaluable advice about this booming area of practice

Interested to know what would have been on the table at Christmas in 1938? Or what having a baby was like two years after the NHS was first born in 1950? Or the nursery routine of four-year-old Prince Charles?

Children and staff at Alphabet House Day Nursery in Long Eaton celebrated their 300th Forest Schools session.

Blue Door Nursery in Seaford has won another Ofsted Outstanding rating under a new nursery manager.

Initial reactions to many groundbreaking pieces of legislation have been captured through the pages of Nursery World. Hannah Crown combs through the archives to find them

Puddings, presents and prunes: the festive editions of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s paint a vivid picture of a very vintage Christmas

While the past 90 years may have seen the demise of ‘lady nurses’, the Truby King method and woollen underwear, the same core issues crop up time and again, as Hannah Crown discovers