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In seeking to ensure children are always busy, have we overlooked the value of simply doing nothing? Dr Natasha Kirkham considers the issue.

The revised Early Years Foundation Stage and its Characteristics of Effective Learning provide an opportunity to change practice in Key Stage 1 - and the new Ofsted inspection framework allows for flexibility, says Kim Porter.

Risk is often associated with danger, but too much safety can create problems of its own. Helen Tovey looks at how to get the balance right.

Boredom can be more beneficial for children’s development than participation in clubs and extra-curricular activities, a leader of prep schools has said.