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Now in her second year, Kezia Thurgood-Parkes, a ECS student at Sheffield Hallam, talks about her coursework and placement this term.

What are the best ways for settings to improve their staff’s numeracy and literacy skills, and what training support is available? Charlotte Goddard reports

Former head of early years Pennie Akehurst looks forward to the Education Inspection Framework, set to launch in September 2019

Tinsel season is approaching, but work parties can go wrong, and managers need to know the law. HR expert Jacqui Mann explains

A course called The Curiosity Approach has resulted in more time spent following children’s provocations, says room leader April Jones. By Gabriella Jozwiak

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

How should settings go about recruiting practitioners from Europe and beyond – and is Brexit having an effect on this? Charlotte Goddard reports

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

In the first of a two-part series, Dr Lala Manners looks at physical development from a training perspective. In this article, she sets out the context, including proposals to change the Early Learning Goals for this Area of Learning

What is empathy and its role in learning? An edited extract from Helen Garnett’s book on the subject, which won a Nursery World award this year, reveals all