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Karen Walker, head of children's services at the London Early Years Foundation, spoke to Nursery World about how the group's nurseries are preparing for the new framework.
Thinking up imaginative ways to use their indoor space to develop children's physical development and renewed thinking about child-initiated learning are just some of the ways nurseries have been preparing for the new EYFS.
A four-year-old boy, Jeremy, goes to nursery school wearing hair-slides.
The UK has one of the worst records in western Europe for child pedestrian safety. Many communities suffer from fast drivers, a lack of safe crossing places and narrow pavements that make it dangerous to take young children out on foot.
Distance learning provides practitioners with the opportunity to develop their knowledge of social, emotional and behavioural difficulties
Mothers and their own children spending all day at the same nursery - how can you make it work? Annette Rawstrone asked those who do.
Consulting children requires clear objectives and considerations of practical issues. Dr Neil de Reybekill and Lynn Beckett show how.
Implementing a 'key caring' approach may seem daunting, but practitioners need to understand its benefits for everyone, explains Anne O'Connor.
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