Redesigning outdoor and indoor spaces to better enable children to access continuous provision has benefited children’s learning, explains Jo Dabir-Alai.
Despite political uncertainty and the ongoing challenges around underfunding and recruitment, the biggest nursery chains are getting bigger. Catherine Gaunt reports
Tina is a cow that lives with her three sisters, and while she is curious and adventurous, her sisters are more conventional. They enjoy eating grass in the meadow, while Tina dreams of flying to the moon.
Advice for settings on how to plan and resource role play for all age groups. By Penny Tassoni
Wimbledon SW19 Competitive
Chiswick W4 Competitive
Shenzhen, Guangdong (CN) Above industry average salary
SE5 8JZ, London (Greater) £20-24k depending on the experience
HA5 3HQ, Pinner Salary up to £23,000 per annum dependent on experience
Ofsted's new inspection framework for early years, schools and colleges comes into force in September 2019.
Figures suggest the number of children currently living in poverty in the UK is growing. We look at the reasons behind this, its impact on children and their families and explore what can be done.
The co-location of nurseries and care homes is becoming increasingly popular in the UK. We look at the thinking behind intergenerational care, the latest developments and examples of best practice.
The latest news and views on the Government's controversial decision to introduce the Reception baseline. Due to become law in September 2020, following a trial and a pilot in 2019, our coverage includes pros and cons from both sides of the debate.
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