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Feel the warm embrace of hygge

The Danish concept of hygge encompasses a sense of wellbeing and awareness based on the simple things in life. Author Kimberly Smith explains how she discovered its value and translated it into early years practice.

Ban wet wipe plastics

Fleur Anderson, the MP for Putney, Roehampton and Southfields is fighting to ban plastic in the 11 billion wet wipes used in the UK every year

Rethinking the system

The problems facing the early years sector are well known but seem far from being resolved – so perhaps we need a wholesale restructure, says Sarah Mackenzie

Editor’s view - In Control

Can the increasingly dominant nursery groups meet all families’ needs, and those of nursery staff, while remaining profitable?

Why food support should start at school

Many children are not receiving the correct nutrition, as a direct result of household poverty, and school food packages play a key role in supporting a child’s health, explains Sajad Mahmood, chief executive of the international food charity Right.

Time to level all the way up

The Chancellor had some tough decisions to make in his Spending Review, but I am not convinced he placed every child at the heart of it by providing the real cost of investment.

Smoke and mirrors

The Government’s communications around the early years and teaching could have been written by a satirist, says our columnist Michael Pettavel

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