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‘Action schemas’ are reflected in young children’s emerging language, explains Dr Cath Arnold, using observations of three children in conversation

The good, the bad and the ugly: what picturebooks teach children about beauty and self-worth. By Andy McCormack

The history of the influential early years education movement and how it is being put into practice today. By Janni Nicol

New children’s laureate Cressida Cowell has unveiled her ‘to-do list’ while in the role. Meredith Jones Russell reports

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

by Rod Campbell (Macmillan edition 2019)

When it comes to risk-taking and resilience, Japan’s settings get the most out of adults and the outdoors, finds Julie Mountain

A study in Australia has shown the benefits of evidence-based training for children and staff. By Professor Iram Siraj and Dr Denise Kingston

By Fifi Kuo (Boxer Books, 2019)

How – and why – one setting created a library for two-year-olds and their parents. By Amina Khan, early childhood educator at Everton Nursery School and Family Centre in Liverpool