The Daily Mirror (01-Sep-17)
The Mirror ran a news story on the 30 hours 'free' childcare being offered in nurseries and included a quote from daynurseries.co.uk on the need for more Government funding - 'Parents to pay the price for Tory "chaos" over free nursery care'
The Daily Mail (nurseries sector) (01-Nov-16)
The story 'Half of three and four-year-olds attend nursery without qualified teachers' was based on a report by Save the Children
Sky News (01-Nov-16)
The Sky News story - 'Over 280,000 kids at nursery with no qualified teacher'
Heart FM (30-Oct-16)
The story on the impact of a lack of nursery teachers went out on the news bulletin.
The news story - 'Whitehall’s ‘blinkered’ nursery recruitment policy damaging to sector, campaigners say' - was based on a campaign by Save Our Early Years calling for the GCSE requirement for Level 3 nursery practitioners to be scrapped.
Sue Learner, daynurseries.co.uk editor was interviewed by Julia Hartley-Brewer about the number of children being excluded from nurseries for aggressive and violent behaviour.
The Daily Mirror (31-Mar-16)
A poll by daynurseries.co.uk on whether teachers should boycott testing of four-year-olds when it is introduced in September was featured in the Daily Mirror - 'Nine out of 10 adults don't want under-fives tested, says new poll - http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/nine-out-10-adults-dont-7659339
The Daily Mail (nurseries sector) (31-Mar-16)
The Daily Mail ran a news story with figures on the number of children being excluded from nurseries. It contained a quote from daynurseries.co.uk director, Davina Ludlow. '100 toddlers expelled by nurseries for being violent: Children as young as one sent home for attacking toddlers and teachers' - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3516600/100-toddlers-expelled-nurseries-violent-Children-young-one-sent-home-attacking-toddlers-teachers.html
The Daily Mail (nurseries sector) (14-Jul-15)
Davina Ludlow, director of daynurseries.co.uk, was quoted in the Daily Mail talking about the importance of the Government properly funding childcare places for two-year-olds, after Ofsted said not enough two-year-olds were taking up the free places.
Wales Online ran a news story on the two top nurseries in Wales - daynurseries.co.uk awards
BBC News (31-Jul-14)
Sue Learner, news editor of daynurseries.co.uk was interviewed by BBC News Online for a news story about the status of Early Years Teachers
The Daily Mail (03-Apr-14)
Davina Ludlow, director of daynurseries.co.uk, was quoted in a news story in the Daily Mail, on Ofsted wanting more schools to take two-year-olds. She voiced concerns about Ofsted wanting more assessments of pre-school children.
The Telegraph (21-Mar-14)
The Telegraph ran a story on the Sutton Trust report about young children failing to bond with their parents and quoted Davina Ludlow, director of daynurseries.co.uk.
The Telegraph (11-Mar-14)
The Telegraph ran a news story on a report by the National Literacy Trust about using touchscreen technology to get young children interested in reading. Davina Ludlow, daynurseries.co.uk director was quoted in the story about the daynurseries.co.uk poll on whether ICT is beneficial in nurseries.
The Telegraph (09-Aug-13)
The Telegraph ran a story on the children's health minister demanding urgent action to overturn 'heavy-handed and draconian' kiss and cuddle bans in nurseries. These bans were revealed by research carried out by daynurseries.co.uk news editor, Sue Learner
London Evening Standard (07-Mar-13)
Davina Ludlow, director of daynurseries.co.uk, was quoted in a news story looking at whether workplaces in London should do more to help with childcare.
The Telegraph (18-Feb-13)
The Telegraph's executive editor (politics) linked to daynurseries.co.uk listing of the House of Commons nursery in a story on the need to get more women involved in politics.