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The Christmas story shares much in common with the events of 2016, says Cathy Nutbrown
Professor Cathy Nutbrown says that the downgrading of classical studies at A level could have ramifications for the early years.
Children have a strong desire to communicate, even when they don't share the same language, says Professor Cathy Nutbrown
Seeing things with the fascination children see them is an important lesson for all of us, says Cathy Nutbrown.
Professor Cathy Nutbrown says let children look for their rainbows
As the world turns and change is inevitable, young children’s quality of life remains ever important, says Cathy Nutbrown
Sunflowers, tomatoes, beans… it’s time to dig, and plant, and water, and grow!
Sunny days offer adults and children alike the freedom to play, says Cathy Nutbrown
While campaigners celebrate the Government's U-turn, the early years sector must stay vigilant, says Cathy Nutbrown
Spring blooms hold their own special fascination for young children, writes Cathy Nutbrown.