Reference to ‘cultural capital’ in the draft Education Inspection Framework has sparked a number of concerns in the early years sector, finds consultant and author Helen Moylett
Children born intersex or with differences of sex development are an often misunderstood subject. Caroline Vollans explores the issue and reveals how settings can offer support
How one nursery in the West Midlands helped a Punjabi-speaking girl become a confident talker in English before moving on to school. By Annette Rawstrone
An eight-part guide for early years practitioners on successfully implementing anti-bias practice, by Anne O'Connor.
Case studies of individual children with different needs and the inclusive practice of the early years settings that care for them.
How do good managers address inclusion? What are the legal frameworks they need to be aware of? Framed around the protected characteristics under the Equality Act, Gabriella Jozwiak provides this comprehensive guide.
What influences gender differences in the early years, and how can we ensure that gender stereotyping does not limit opportunities for boys or girls?
The difficulties that a child has with being 'different' are not the result of the difference but of the ways people see them and institutions provide for them, explains Anne O'Connor
Faith is deeply integral to many aspects of society and holding occasional celebrations in the nursery will not be enough to teach children about different cultures, says Anne O'Connor.
Early years practitioners have a key role to play in helping children understand the nature and equality of the different languages and cultures in British society, says Anne O'Connor
Early years settings can do much to counteract the negative images and words attached to age groups in our society, but practitioners must question themselves first, says Anne O'Connor.
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