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Establishing effective relationships with parents is crucial to engaging them in their children’s education. Annette Rawstrone finds out how some schools are doing it

What is cultural capital and why has it become a contested topic, asks Dr Jo Basford

Marjorie Ouvry explains ‘The 6 As of behaviour management and interaction’, her guide to getting the most out of interactions with young children

The history of the influential early years education movement and how it is being put into practice today. By Janni Nicol

How to prepare children for moving home, and how they might react to the change. By Annette Rawstrone

Why do some children have imaginary friends, when do they have them and what purpose do they perform, asks Meredith Jones Russell

What are children’s real experiences of making the transition from early years setting to Reception? By the researchers behind the Children’s Thoughts about School Study Beth Barker, Mimi Tatlow-Golden, Ailbhe Booth and Christine O’Farrelly

Intergenerational practice is on the rise among early years settings across the UK. Nicole Weinstein talks to those involved in some exciting projects

Stories are especially important in the early years, explains Mary Medlicott, who offers advice on how to be an effective storyteller to groups of young children

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