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A secure and trusting relationship, in the right environment, is key for children to develop internal self-regulation. Megan McClelland and Shauna Tominey explain
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
How should the 'areas of need' in the Special Education Needs and Disability Code of Practice be considered in relation to the prime areas of learning? Kay Mathieson explains.
Self-care is an essential life skill, but it can also help children grow in confidence. Nicole Weinstein suggests some supporting resources.
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