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Children learn to handle the responsibility of choice at one nursery's snack bar. Helen Dashfield explains.

The Outdoor Challenge will get you to think hard about your setting's outdoor provision, says Julie Mountain of Learning Through Landscapes.

A visitor showed children the way to get more involved in a local community event, and their response revealed much to nursery staff about their thinking, says teacher Tessa Fenoughty.

Visits are invaluable to young children's learning. Heading out on a trip can provide meaningful contexts for learning, broaden children's experience and feed their insatiable desire to explore.

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

Set aside a dedicated food area in your setting where the children can explore and prepare food for maximum learning and enjoyment, says Diana Lawton.

Children can go to the beach every day at a nursery with its own idea of free flow. Gemma Taylor reports.

A grant-funded outdoor space was made to order according to the nursery children's wishes and needs. Ruth Thomson takes a look around.

Children at a farm site nursery have a unique purpose-built classroom up in the trees that's a resource in itself. Meg Jones paid it a visit.

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