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Sightlines Initiative Network members present: experiences of early years centres and educators being inspired, finding new enthusiasms and abilities in supporting children’s...

With more two-year-olds heading for a school-based setting, Julia Manning-Morton offers some starting points for effectively meeting this age group’s needs

Getting children to experience ‘magical moments’ is a vital learning tool that has far-reaching and very significant impacts, explains early years consultant Kathryn Solly

A secure and trusting relationship, in the right environment, is key for children to develop internal self-regulation. Megan McClelland and Shauna Tominey explain

This year's Nursery World Show brings you a host of different events and opportunities including masterclasses from former children's laureate Michael Rosen and early years experts...

Careful observation of PSED should be a key consideration when assessing children's progress, says Marion Dowling.

How can practitioners help children to play in a manner that best supports their development? Marion Dowling explains.

Much emphasis is put on academic achievement, but how do we support each child to become a person? Marion Dowling begins a three-part series

Making children feel secure and content is essential, but settings often have a narrow view of how this should be achieved - creating an environment of forced gaiety, for example, which although well-meaning does not lead to long-term well-being, explains Dr Julian Grenier

Emotions play an important role in our nursery relationships - and child development. The University of Roehampton's Peter Elfer explains