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With the election just weeks away, Professor Cathy Nutbrown urges politicians to see childcare as an essential service for the common good.
'Are we nearly there yet?' 'How many sleeps before my birthday?'
'What is the world?' This lovely question from a four-year-old was the start of a fantastic conversation between her and her mother.
How, why and when we should assess young children's learning is once more a matter for debate in English policy.
What do we want for children and families in the coming year?, asks Professor Cathy Nutbrown
Professor Cathy Nutbrown considers nurturing the workforce of the future
I visited a nursery school and children's centre recently, and was once more inspired by the energy and creativity of the staff, and the children and the commitment and confidence of parents.
As summer comes to an end, gardeners start preparing for winter: tidying fallen leaves, planting bulbs for the spring, and protecting some more delicate plants from anticipated frosts.
Early years practitioners must make peace a priority, argues Professor Cathy Nutbrown
As Prime Minister David Cameron reshuffled his Cabinet recently, many of us waited to learn who would be the minister responsible for children.
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