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Julie Mountain continues her series on Newham’s Outdoors and Active programme by looking at its approach to open spaces, surfaces and level changes, climbing, large objects and storage

Mermaids (and mermen) provide play and learning inspiration for children, writes Marianne Sargent

Introducing toddlers to pop-up toys. By Penny Tassoni

How Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, now more than 20 years old, is still encouraging children and families to read. By Annette Rawstrone

At some point or another, you are likely to have to make decisions about your child’s next steps. Penny Tassoni offers some advice to parents on choosing a new setting for their child

Despite a bumper harvest, now is not the time to rest on your laurels in the garden

Dance is an important part of the ‘Expressive arts and design’ area of the curriculum, so all settings should give it a go, reports Nicole Weinstein, who also pinpoints some useful resources

Replacing rice with pearl barley gives the risotto, served with roasted cauliflower, a lovely texture in this delicious autumnal recipe from Dani, one of our lovely Snapdragons chefs.

In the first of a four-part series on Newham’s project exploring movement in twos and threes, Julie Mountain introduces its key aims and methods

How a network in a deprived area of London is helping to raise standards. By Dr Julian Grenier