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How one mainstream setting has adapted to care for a boy with cerebral palsy, with rewarding results for all parties. By Hannah McCormack

A visiting artist at one nursery in Salisbury has radically opened up the possibilities for children’s creativity, reports Marianne Sargent

One school in West Yorkshire is using the Early Years Pupil Premium to fund drama sessions led by a performance artist, writes Helen Chilton

Four beach schools (and one river school) tell Nicole Weinstein about their exciting activities

Developing a challenging outdoor environment that is as exciting as a forest doesn’t need to cost the earth, explains Jeanette Hill

‘My Primary School is at the Museum’ is giving children the chance to learn in a uniquely enriching environment, finds Marianne Sargent

A Russian-English bilingual school in London is giving children a unique learning experience, finds Karen Faux

Award-winning Little Barn Owls Nursery and Farm School in West Sussex focuses on enquiry-based learning, finds Annette Rawstrone

A specialist nursery’s inclusive approach to supporting and enabling a three-year-old boy with a rare genetic mutation in the KCNQ2 gene