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We're here to help as the run-up to the new Early Years Foundation Stage in September 2012 begins.

Thinking up imaginative ways to use their indoor space to develop children's physical development and renewed thinking about child-initiated learning are just some of the ways nurseries have been preparing for the new EYFS.

It's fair to say the EYFS has generated more headlines than anything else published in Nursery World during the past few years.

I would hazard a guess that most early years professionals did not choose their career because they love ticking boxes and filling in forms.

Aspects of the new framework such as the Prime and Specific areas are being welcomed, but there are reservations too, says Annette Rawstrone.

Early years settings have raised concerns about the time and cost of printing the revised Early Years Foundation Stage and accompanying documents.

It's time for a completely new approach, argue Margaret Edgington, Grethe Hooper Hansen, Richard House and Kim Simpson, for the the Open EYE Steering Group

Something is missing from the revised Early Years Foundation Stage, argues Ann Langston as she examines the newly-published framework.

The revised EYFS is everywhere - except on the DfE website home page!

Following the publication of the revised statutory EYFS framework 2012, some of the accompanying guidance has also been released.