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Views of what counts as maths are changing. Linda Pound examines whether revisions to this area of learning and development match up.

In this extract from her new Practical EYFS Handbook, Penny Tassoni outlines ways of building confidence and self-awareness in children aged 0-11 months.

How do you deal with a child who often emits a high pitched scream? Penny Tassoni looks at possible causes and strategies that can help.

You may have booked the venue and be looking forward to your staff Christmas party, but have you considered all the potential pitfalls? Jacqui Mann provides a guide to ensuring that the festivities are problem-free

Practitioners and teachers play a key role in supporting five- to seven-year-olds to build on the bedrock of thinking skills acquired in the early years.

Help is at hand for settings preparing to offer funded places for two-year-olds in 'Are you ready for me -now I'm 2?'. Its authors, the Cheshire East Early Years and Childcare Team, explain how it supports best practice.

Karen Faux looks at how a new qualification is supporting speech and language development.

Whole-group sessions can be a struggle for reception class children, says Penny Tassoni.

'I am a Unique Child. I am Two. What I can do' is a Wokingham-wide assessment tool developed in response to settings' anxieties over the Progress Check at Two. The success of the new resources lie in a joint working party, explains the Council's early years team.

A training project to help early years practitioners assess the development of children with English as an additional language has proved highly effective. Julie Cigman explains