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An innovative approach to the two-year-old offer at Netherton Park Children's Centre, Dudley is benefiting both children and parents, says head teacher Helen Ruffles

Viv Hampshire recreates the setting of picture book Dear Zoo in a local park so a group of children can learn about animals and their habitats.

In a bid to improve creative opportunities for the under-fives and their families in Somerset, four artists were placed in nine children's centres. Louise Monks reports on the project's progress.

An ITERS project transformed our setting with resources that benefit everyone, says Wendy Jones, manager of Rainbow (Bicester) Pre-School.

A project involving two Kirklees schools has proved the value of involving local stakeholders in determining strategies for improving the learning of disadvantaged children.

Kerry Hastings and Louise Young describe how keeping an electronic diary of the learning progress of each early years child, accessible to parents, family and the child, can create a more complete picture.

A Liverpool infant school is finding new ways to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, says Ann Langston.

A joint project between a museum and a children's centre has shed light on how young children respond to exhibits. Philippa Wood, family learning officer, at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter, explains how

The EYFS served as a guide for developing museum visits for under-fives visits. Ruth Gillan tells how.

The interests of children at one nursery came to life when a special visitor called. Nursery practitioner Lindsey Noble tells the tale.

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