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A not for profit organisation is seeking funding to open the first full-time Cornish language nursery school in the United Kingdom next year.

A woodland wonderland at a nursery in West Lancashire is helping children to develop understanding and empathy for the world around them. Ruth Stokes investigates.

With Development Matters removed from both the Department for Education's website and the Ofsted inspectors' guidance, Lena Engel examines its history and asks what the implications are for practice.

Almost every early years setting has children who speak languages other than English at home. But what approaches can practitioners use to best support multilingual learning? Penny Tassoni reports.

High Greave Infant School in Rotherham has transformed its provision over the past two years. Ruth Thomson visited to see how it is working to meet the needs of its children.

New materials offer guidance for those working with diverse and disadvantaged toddlers. Helen Sutherland and Jan Styman explain.

For parents unsure about the school application process, events offering guidance can be invaluable, says the Children Centre Teacher Team from the Birth to Five Service at Lincolnshire County Council.

How can nurseries meet the nutritional needs of babies when they move from breast milk or infant formula to complementary foods? In the first of two articles on weaning, Nicole Weinstein looks at the introduction of solid food at six months old.

Norfolk's Story Cafe programme is proving a hugely effective way of engaging parents in their children's learning. Programme developers Julie Westrop and Mandy Lowe and teacher Nicky Hudson offer some insight into how they are making it a success.

Design and technology sparks imagination and helps children begin to make sense of the world in which we live, says Nicole Weinstein.