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Is financialisation putting childcare provision in England at risk?

Antonia Simon, associate professor at UCL Social Research Institute, warns that the nursery sector is at risk of following in the footsteps of adult social care with a 'spectacular collapse' due to the high levels of debt at many large private childcare operators which are buying nurseries.

Music – the magic key

SPONSORED CONTENT: Boogie Mites Music Programmes are informed by the neuroscience evidence suggesting that active music-making in early years could hold a key to boosting development in areas that have suffered due to the pandemic restrictions over the last two years. Boogie Mites director Sue Newman explains

Why physical activity in the early years is so vital

A free course, a finalist in the Nursery World Awards 2021, aims to train early years practitioners to boost young children's physical development. Dr Jackie Musgrave of the Open University, who helped design it, explains the thinking behind it

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