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Inclusion - With purpose

At London setting Tuffkid – from the Hebrew word meaning ‘purpose’ – children with SEND flourish alongside their mainstream peers, explains Annette Rawstrone

Baby rooms - Still room for improvement?

Good practice begins with babies, but nurseries have historically focused more on older children. Three years on from the Baby Room Project, Hannah Crown asks if anything has changed.

EYFS Best Practice: All about... ICT

With digital technology now an integral part of children's everyday lives, settings must consider how they can best use it to support learning. Dr Christine Stephen draws on 15 years of research to look at how children's preferences vary and what support educators can offer

Learning & Development: Assessment - Right on

Whatever new criteria are given to us, assessment remains an essential expression of our values as practitioners and defines how we support children as learners, argues Jan Dubiel of Early Excellence.

Home learning - Handwriting

Handwriting is the ability to make a range of marks that form letters. Children need a range of skills to do this, including hand-eye co-ordination and pencil grip. They also need to develop some specific movements that form the basis for individual letter shapes. These include vertical lines as well as bouncing and circular motions.

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