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The Early Years Foundation Stage acknowledges that risks can and must be taken, as long as practitioners do assessments beforehand and explain it to the children, says Mary Evans.

23 - 24 JANUARY

20 JANUARY

A new BA degree has been devised around a set of professional standards for Scottish early years workers. Karen Faux reports.

Two new qualifications focus on working with parents and leadership roles. Karen Faux reports.

23 January - The Role and Responsibility of The Early Years Co-ordinator

Further career and study options for a school's learning mentor who has gained experience in working with children with emotional and behavioural difficulties are suggested by Tina Jefferies.

4 DECEMBER - Mummy's Black, Daddy's Yellow and I'm Orange: Talking With Young Children About Racial Equality. This new National Children's Bureau course will focus on practical ways to understand the language we use in talking with children and their families, looking at the skills practitioners need to recognise and work with the early judgements that children make about others, and providing tools for talking with young children about racial identity.

Practitioners tell Mary Evans how they promote communication, in the second of a three-part series.

1 December: Developing The EARLY Years Curriculum Through Play - Participants will consider how young children learn most effectively and use video to evaluate the quality of learning through play.

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