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Montessori teaching shows the way forward for educators in the 21st century and 'School 2.0', according to a leading neuropsychologist.
Formal early reading methods are about to get a tighter grip on young children.
There is no doubt the ability to read is crucial if our children are to make a success of their lives. There can be few better ways to improve a child's chances at school, and beyond, than to instil in them a love of reading.
Early years practitioners are too busy serving the needs of the system created by the Early Years Foundation Stage, argues Wendy Ellyatt.
Put learning in its place - and see how children grow in the community.
The UK has one of the worst records in western Europe for child pedestrian safety. Many communities suffer from fast drivers, a lack of safe crossing places and narrow pavements that make it dangerous to take young children out on foot.
Children's play is becoming a battleground
New research suggests that young children learn better when they have more teacher-led activities.
Communication is at the basis of good practice, says Mary Evans.
The early years workforce is being urged to submit evidence towards the independent review of the EYFS, with a consultation launched online today.
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