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  • Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Children from Little Adventurers in Upminster showed just how much learning can come from the Halloween season with different pumpkin-related activities, including moving the pumpkins outside in a wheelbarrow.

Professional Books - For your shelf

From self-regulation to inclusion and diversity, duvet tunnels to clay printing, you’ll find plenty to support your early years practice in our pick of the latest books

Learning Journeys - All about you

How learning journeys help settings to capture the wonder of the early years and build a holistic picture of children’s development. By Wendy Howes, Jackie Wells and Sally Cave

EYFS Guidance: Effective Practice, Part 2 - What matters

In the second part of his series exploring the revised Development Matters guidance, Dr Julian Grenier looks at the newly included terms ‘curriculum’ and ‘pedagogy’ and explains what they mean in the context of high-quality early years provision

Coronavirus - Baubles and bubbles

Is it possible to be festive this year? In the final part of this series, Hopscotch Early Years Consultancy’s Laura Hoyland says you can still find some sparkle


  • Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Children and staff from Tops Corfe Mullen made a big pot of vegetable soup to offer to the local community during half-term, when free school meals were not available.

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