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Because the key person is linked to attachment, it is a vital role for practitioners to understand and to be well-trained on. Charlotte Goddard explores the options

In a new series updating our popular EYFS Training series from 2010, Charlotte Goddard looks at the EYFS, its underpinning principles and changes ahead in 2019

We know that pay and prestige are a problem for early years staff in the UK, but how does the workforce fare in other countries? Meredith Jones Russell investigates

What can providers do if faced with late payments from their local authority? Do they have any legal redress? Meredith Jones Russell reports

How can practitioners approach difficult situations in a truly ethical way? Carla Solvason reports

In the final article of this series, Gabriella Jozwiak hears about life at the helm of the country’s oldest nursery school

Make maths meaningful to young children by being less formal and looking at real life, says Elaine Bennett

What can we learn from a remote island school – and four-year-old Angus? Lots, explains head teacher Stephen Glen-Lee

Role play that provides opportunities for talking and thinking helps to develop children’s communication and language, reports Jan Dubiel

Learning without limits in the early years relies on creating opportunity for all. By Dame Alison Peacock