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Di Cosgrove, co-founder of the Redearth Education charity in rural Uganda, tells Nicole Weinstein how its Redearth Model Nursery aims to transform local childcare and education practice

Although some yoga exercises can be inappropriate for the under-16s, a programme tailored for young children has many benefits. Caroline Vollans finds best practice in action at a London setting

Budget cuts have seen the closure of many children’s centres, and reduced services at those that remain. But they are trying to forge a viable future, as Charlotte Goddard explains

Being in the city doesn’t mean children can’t learn about the natural world. Marianne Sargent looks at one nursery connecting urban with earth

There are benefits to embracing a creativity focused on process rather than result. Nicole Weinstein offers a guide

In an extract from his book of story-based adventures, Adam Dove explains how woodland fairies and a big-footed troll can provide an exciting and engaging starting point for outdoor learning

Action research has helped to develop a nursery garden to better provide open-ended opportunities for learning, as well improving practice. Teacher Sue Duglan breaks down the transformation.

A project involving British and international nurseries is focusing on getting young children to engage with their local communities. Marianne Sargent finds out how it is taking shape.

Allowing children to explore media and materials enables important learning, but how can practitioners support children's creativity and understanding? Nicole Weinstein explains.

Forest school expert Stuart Welby has been training practitioners looking to translate the practice to Chinese, city-based provision. So how did the experience play out for those involved?