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The best early years provision overall is found in group settings, Ofsted's annual report on early years has found.

A group of academics and early years practitioners has published an 'alternative' EYFS.

The team at Southwark Primary School Nursery in Nottingham is currently gearing up for implementing the new EYFS in September. It's all about a shift in emphasis from what children learn to how they learn, says nursery leader Leisa Towle.

The Nursery World team have certainly found it difficult to tear themselves away from watching Team GB in the Olympics for the past week or so, but luckily there are lots of parallels between the sporting action and this issue of the magazine.

Jill Taplin, co-ordinator for the North of England Steiner Waldorf Early Childhood Studies Programme, answers questions about where Steiner Waldorf stands in relation to the revised EYFS and what it means as a career choice

Karen Walker, head of children's services at the London Early Years Foundation, spoke to Nursery World about how the group's nurseries are preparing for the new framework.

We're here to help as the run-up to the new Early Years Foundation Stage in September 2012 begins.

Thinking up imaginative ways to use their indoor space to develop children's physical development and renewed thinking about child-initiated learning are just some of the ways nurseries have been preparing for the new EYFS.

It's fair to say the EYFS has generated more headlines than anything else published in Nursery World during the past few years.

I would hazard a guess that most early years professionals did not choose their career because they love ticking boxes and filling in forms.

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