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Following last year’s successful event, we look ahead to what you can expect to find at the Nursery World Show 2017, held over two days on 3 and 4 February at London’s Business Design Centre

Patrick Hayes, director of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA,) says that forthcoming policy moves should expand the childcare market, but not without challenges

The title for this year’s Oxford Education Society Saturday school was not quite right, says Natalia Kucirkova

There are some 770,000 children with disabilities in the UK who, up until now, have had few role models in literature. A recent survey of families with disabled children at nursery revealed the children's frustration at the lack of images of them in books.

One in ten UK children now suffer from language delay and in some areas teachers report up to 50 per cent of pupils have related problems. A high proportion of young offenders have such poor communication skills that they cannot take advantage of HMS Prison education programmes.

Do you fully understand the benefits of outdoor play? Do you know the full range of experiences that you should offer young children outdoors? I thought I did until talking to a nursery owner who champions outdoor play.

The Early Years Foundation Stage was intended to represent continuity in early years practice, sharing, as it does, the same principles as its predecessors, the Foundation Stage and Birth to Three Matters framework.

The purpose of the Early Years Foundation Stage is quality and consistency in a play-based curriculum, says Beverley Hughes.

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