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Woodwork - Touch wood

What we in the UK can learn from how other countries around the world – the USA, Japan, New Zealand and the Nordics – approach woodwork. Pete Moorhouse reports

Social Leadership: Part 1 - Be the change

Can early years leaders effect social change, and will being more socially responsive and democratic make settings more effective? Yes, finds Mona Sakr, senior lecturer in education and early childhood at Middlesex University

Picturebooks 12 - Word perfect

In the final part of this series, Andy McCormack provides some essential reading lists, covering a range of subjects, to help you build your own picturebook library

Inclusion - Deep down?

In this extract from her book, Dr Chandrika Devarakonda explains how racial prejudice develops in young children

Picturebooks 11 - Lap, not app?

App’s the way to do it?! The subject divides opinion, but dedicated story apps do offer a wealth of benefits and added storytelling dimensions, explains Andy McCormack

95th Anniversary - Good thinking…

In its 95 years of publishing, Nursery World has chronicled the evolution of conventional thinking on women, children and, in later decades, newer mainstream debates on race equality and LGBT rights, as these extracts to celebrate our birthday show

Outdoors - All out?

Can UK settings learn from the Norwegian practice of being in – and connecting with – nature, asks Meredith Jones Russell

95th Anniversary - For the record

Nursery World diaries for new mothers gave a host of information on childrearing – from what to keep in the medicine cupboard to the correct toys for boys and girls. We delve into copies from 1955 and 1957, as we mark our 95th birthday

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