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In the final part of her series on the London Borough of Newham and Early Education’s 20-provider-strong Outdoors and Active programme, Julie Mountain rounds up some of the key lessons learnt

In the third part of her series on Newham’s Outdoors and Active programme, Julie Mountain finds out how it has involved parents and carers to create a family culture of movement and physicality

Julie Mountain continues her series on Newham’s Outdoors and Active programme by looking at its approach to open spaces, surfaces and level changes, climbing, large objects and storage

In the first of a four-part series on Newham’s project exploring movement in twos and threes, Julie Mountain introduces its key aims and methods

Food tastes better when you cook and eat it outside. Mary Llewellin offers some useful tips

Developing a challenging outdoor environment that is as exciting as a forest doesn’t need to cost the earth, explains Jeanette Hill

Providing the chance to work at a ‘car wash’. By Lyndsey Gardner

Forest school and outdoor teaching are becoming a key part of the early years curriculum, offering deep learning opportunities as well as cultivating a kinship with nature, writes Nicole Weinstein

The use of mud kitchens in nurseries’ outdoor spaces has spread significantly since the concept was popularised a few years ago, but children will only get the most out of them if they are regularly reviewed. Nicole Weinstein finds advice for settings, whether they are updating or starting from scratch

How to resource for this outdoor role-play activity. By Lyndsey Gardner