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Mathematical development and music go hand in hand, with the latter enabling us to take pleasure in exploring the abstract subject, says Linda Pound

Violent play is often disturbing, but if managed properly it can be a useful outlet for some children. By Charlotte Goddard

Effective literacy teaching involves much more than synthetic phonics, explains Annette Rawstrone

Music plays an important role in helping children to read, write and enjoy literature, says Linda Pound

As concerns grow about the over-formalisation of Reception learning, Charlotte Goddard hears how some academies are protecting early years

Spatial reasoning skills are critical to early learning, particularly in mathematics, and need to be supported by engaging children’s entire bodies. Dr Jennifer S Thom explains why

How a creative thinking and learning project in Newham benefited both the children and practitioners who took part. By Anni McTavish