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Early years consultant Gail Ryder Richardson provides a step-by-step guide to providing an outdoor environment that empowers children to keep themselves safe.

Minor scrapes are part and parcel of giving children the opportunity to test themselves in a challenging environment. Gayle Goshorn finds out how nurseries maximise safety and maintain the right approach.

Countries differ in the premium they put upon the spaces that children have to play and learn, with the UK lagging behind, argues Helen Penn.

Children's experience of the outdoor environment can be enhanced through an imaginative use of ground surfaces and materials, reports Sue Learner.

From grand-scale projects to more modest makeovers, nursery architecture is at the cutting edge of building design, combining functionality with aesthetics and eco-friendliness.

For children to get the most out of their time outdoors, practitioners need to develop the right qualities for leadership, says Annie Davy.

While often overlooked in the design of a nursery, the quality of lighting is a factor that can greatly affect children's wellbeing.

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