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Understanding how young children think is crucial to good practice. In the first of a new series, early years consultant Marion Dowling explores why.
A hit conference on the EYFS is set for a repeat performance. Karen Faux gives a preview.
Understanding attachment theory can enhance flexible and responsive strategies to guide your practice with all children, says Anne O'Connor.
There is work to be done to make the welcome apprenticeship scheme more attractive all round, as Karen Faux discovers.
Babies need to be given freedom to move so they can develop both their physical and mental skills.
Young children's motor and mental development could be suffering because of physical inactivity. Annette Rawstrone hears from experts about the effects.
Meeting staff members to review performance and hear feedback is worth the effort for both parties if handled properly, says Jenny Stocks
Early years practitioners assess the usefulness of educational software in their settings and report back to Sue Hubberstey.
Children who have suffered a lack of care and nurture at a young age can benefit from special attention in an early years setting, says Anne O'Connor.
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