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Bristol-based setting The Nursery has won praise for its approach to planning to best challenge children and taking into account their next steps. By Hannah Crown

A course in baby wearing has had benefits for both babies and practitioners, as Hannah Bartrum discovered. By Gabriella Jozwiak

Our resident employment lawyer Caroline Robins, Eversheds principal associate, answers your questions

A chance comment about ‘compassion fatigue’ led Angela Hodgkins, senior lecturer at the University of Worcester, to research the emotional impact of working in the early years. Here she sets out her findings

How can settings ensure they are inclusive of LGBT+ families and members of staff, asks Gabriella Jozwiak

Meredith Jones Russell finds out how some early years settings are adapting to the particular needs of the youngest members of the workforce

In the first of a series presenting models of best practice for inspection, we look at monitoring and evaluation processes at Poppy and Jack’s. By Hannah Crown

How should practitioners best be observing children, assessing progress and letting this knowledge inform their planning, asks Charlotte Goddard

Practitioners are aware of the need for CPD, but not all training is created equal. Knowing how to identify effective, evidence-based professional development is key, says the University of Oxford’s Sandra Mathers

How useful is Early Years Teacher training and what difference does it make to leading practice? Samantha Sutton-Tsang, senior lecturer from the Department for Children and Families at the University of Worcester, did some research on the subject

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