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History, and the Child Study Movement in particular, can provide some important learning about observation and record keeping. Tina Bruce, Stella Louis and Georgie McCall offer some clarity on the main issues.

An award-winning art gallery has been running sessions to encourage children to engage with and explore its collections. Sue Owen finds out why the project was a hit with childminders.

Christmas is a special occasion - but it can come a little too early in some nursery settings, argues Working Mum.

Following children's interests sparked a project to build an eco-friendly bird hide at a setting in Liverpool. Marianne Sargent explains.

A report from the Early Intervention Foundation has highlighted good practice in 20 'pioneering places' for joint health and education working.

Professor Cathy Nutbrown considers nurturing the workforce of the future

In an extract from a briefing on including two-year-olds in schools, Julian Grenier and Helen Moylett look at some of the key areas that leaders should consider to ensure they are meeting children's needs.

Mealtimes can present a number of challenges for both practitioners and parents. Penny Tassoni looks at the key issues and suggests some ways of addressing them.

Why not use the Christmas countdown as a chance to focus on writing? Marianne Sargent offers pointers.

The work of Carol Dweck tells us that encouraging a particular way of thinking - that talent and intelligence are not 'fixed' - can make all the difference to how children learn. Jan Dubiel explains.