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Children using more than one language may have advantages in learning, but practitioners must ensure they can readily access the curriculum, say Tricia Carroll and Anne O'Connor.

Best practice at early years settings that are treating young children as citizens now, with rights, responsibilities and community participation, is highlighted by Pat Gordon-Smith.

Adhering to agreed terms for how children behave at nursery, and how challenges are dealt with, is a team effort involving staff, children and parents, as head Michael Pettavel explains.

The conclusions of the Good Childhood Inquiry's final report are not borne out in early years settings' practice, argues Pat Gordon-Smith.

There's a lot to learn, and enjoy, from growing vegetables at any early years setting, and there's always a space for it, as Mary Whiting explain.

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