Early Years in School: a new supplement from Nursery World

Friday, January 22, 2016

Don't miss Early Years in School, out now, published free with the new issue of Nursery World 25 January-7 February.

This is Nursery World's first supplement dedicated to Foundation Stage practice in schools, and aims to provide advice and inspiration on how best to support the learning and development of young children.

It comes as Ofsted's statement that it expects to see a more developmentally appropriate approach to learning in schools filters through. The reinstatement of a separate inspection judgement for the EYFS in schools is also concentrating minds.

eys-coverEarly Years in School has a wealth of expert authors covering all aspects of the enabling environment:

The pedagogy, principles and obstacles to play-based provision

Linda Pound explains the elements of successful continuous provision

Anna Ephgrave of Carterhatch Infant Schol explores the role of the adult

The developmental benefits of outdoor learning are explained by Kathryn Solly

Helen Moylett looks at self-regulation and play

Dame Alison Peacock describes her approach to 'learning without limits'

The creative mind of four-year-old Angus inspires head teacher Stephen Glen-Lee

Julia Manning-Morton offer the key points in caring for two-year-olds

Using role play for developing communciation and language is Jan Dubiel's subject

Elaine Bennett gets real with maths

Dr Natalia Kucirkova looks at how tablets and iPads can support literacy.

Make sure you don't miss this great read. You can reserve a copy at your newsagent or subscribe here.

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