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Too many statutory requirements mean we are busy demonstrating compliance rather than getting on with our real job

We should resist putting screens in front of children, and instead encourage them to entertain – and think for – themselves

We sometimes need to take a step back, away from the politics, negativity and fear, in order to appreciate what matters most

The Government is making empty policy claims when it should let those in the early years decide how much, and where, money is spent, says Michael Pettavel

For young children, friendships help them to blossom in nursery and can encourage them in their later transition to school

We need to look at the problem of summer-born children moving up to school from a different angle, argues Michael Pettavel

Michael Pettavel minds about the gender pay gap

With funding on everyone's mind, important issues end up taking a back seat, says Michael Pettavel

Assessment has become a political game, says Michael Pettavel

Michael Pettavel disagrees with the chief inspector on the role of the sandpit in early number work.

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