Sort by Date | Relevance

Search results for

Articles: 92 results Filter results »

Early years settings are being asked to host Pudsey picnic parties and bake spotty cakes for this year's BBC Children in Need (13-17 November).

Forest school can contribute to the development of children’s collaborative learning skills, according to research by Loughborough University.

How to give your children a sense of time. Juliet Robertson begins a new series

Computational thinking can take place in the kitchen, when sequencing stories, in experimenting with floating and sinking objects, and even when playing with toy cars, explains Marc Faulder

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is asking early years settings to take part in the biggest schools’ wildlife survey in the UK.

An educational adventure along the Grand Union Canal in London saw children design, build and launch a narrow boat. By Rosie Potter

Autumn leaves are an excellent found resource. Julie Mountain offers some ideas on making the most of them in your setting

From pottery to knitting, taking part in arts and crafts activities is easy thanks to the wealth of opportunities out there, writes Penny Tassoni

Forest school providers can now gain an accredited award, which recognises their good practice.

The Cambridge Festival of Ideas, which runs from 16 to 29 October, is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a programme of stories, games, exhibitions and interactive fun.