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How three settings in London used their pupil premium funding to support children’s sense of self through drawing and talking.

Scrap stores are helping settings kill two birds with one stone by providing art and play resources that are cheap as well as sustainable and diverse. By Katy Morton

One setting took children’s artwork to another level by exhibiting it at a major gallery, discovers Annette Rawstrone

Even the youngest children role play, but the activity takes on whole new meanings and imaginative potential with Reception pupils, explains Charlotte Goddard

How one setting provides the opportunity for children to make transient art, and what they get out of it. Meredith Jones Russell reports

To mark the publication of new guidance document Musical Development Matters, its author Nicola Burke explains its content and what she hopes it will achieve

Photography is more than a visual art form and can unlock conversations with children, explains Pete Moorhouse, who also offers some practical advice

The creator of The Greenfield Method tells Hannah Crown how it is teaching children self-regulation and other life skills through the production of sound

The split between Prime and Specific areas is valid, provided practitioners understand how they inter-relate, says Jan Dubiel

Increasing numbers of early years settings are recognising the importance of STEM subjects within an early years curriculum. Charlotte Goddard speaks to one, while Anni McTavish makes the case for art and design