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Spring blooms hold their own special fascination for young children, writes Cathy Nutbrown.

Professor Cathy Nutbrown revels in the delights of children's humour

A new year is traditionally a time for looking back at the past and anticipating the future. Some resolutions to do things differently, to let go of bad habits and begin new things.

As 2015 draws to a close, it is time for reflection and anticipation, says Cathy Nutbrown

Many children in early years settings experience the loss of a parent and they all need support, says Professor Cathy Nutbrown

There's no point in measuring children too often or too soon, says Professor Cathy Nutbrown

On Friday 11 September, I was reminded of events 14 years ago when two planes crashed into the World Trade Centre in New York.

Children need to be allowed to 'stand and stare', says Cathy Nutbrown

Professor Cathy Nutbrown shows why, in the words of Comenius and Confucius, 'it is better to play than do nothing'.

The Starfish Story, originally written by Loren Eiseley in 1969, is familiar to many, but it's worth repeating from time to time to remind us that everyone can make a difference.

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