How symbolism through play, music and stories encourages children’s creativity. By Professor Tina Bruce and Jane Dyke
How a dragon’s visit amazed and inspired Reception children in Manchester. By Annette Rawstrone
An award-winning setting in Leicester is helping a boy, and his mother, cope with his rare genetic disorder, reports Charlotte Goddard
Fortunately for those parents struggling to cope with their child’s behaviour, there are programmes to help, reports Annette Rawstrone
Research published today by the charity Book Trust reveals that new parents lose 675 hours of sleep per year- the equivalent of almost four weeks of less sleep a year.
The Department for Education has published operational guidance for 30-hour childcare.
From today, working parents of children under four can start using Tax-Free Childcare, as well as sign up ahead of the 30-hour September roll-out.
Labour has accused the Tories of breaking their promise on small class sizes, as new research suggests that more than half a million children are in 'super-size' primary classes.
Nursery and school children across the UK will join hundreds of thousands of children all over the world in celebrating Outdoor Classroom Day this May.
Fantasy play is easy to cater for. Nicole Weinstein provides some practice tips for practitioners and ideas...
An award-winning setting in Leicester is helping a boy, and his mother, cope with his rare genetic disorder,...
Julie Mountain provides ideas for stocking your ‘shiny stuff’ collection and what to do with it
Fortunately for those parents struggling to cope with their child’s behaviour, there are programmes to help,...
Picnics help children explore new foods, develop skills and build relationships, finds Penny Tassoni
Although concerns remain, some settings in Portsmouth report success so far with the 30 hours trial,...
John Simmonds looks at new legislation on relationships education and its implications
Having described how to deal with a member of staff when an allegation has been made and the role of...
HRC Law’s Mark Traynor on the hot trends from last month
14 October 2015
In parts of Finland, staff working in state-funded nursery settings have been told they must use adult-sized furniture. According to one manager, working in an EYFS nursery in Helsinki, the reason...
05 November 2014
The final part of the Nursery World early years trip to Finland and Sweden was spent in the lovely city of Stockholm.