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Child psychoanalyst Susan Isaacs had another, lesser-known role: as an agony aunt. Caroline Vollans makes the case for considering her advice in the context of modern practice

'Free-and-found' resources lend themselves to creative, child-directed outdoor play. Julie Mountain offers some guidance on sourcing them.

Chair of the joint primary group of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics and The Mathematical Association

In a globalised world, building overseas relationships has never been easier. Catherine Gaunt talks to three nursery groups about how it's done.

Penny Tassoni shows how routine mealtimes can be a rich source of learning

How can 86 per cent of children achieve an ‘expected’ level for PD in the EYFS Profile when 90 per cent have woeful levels of physical activity, asks Dr Lala Manners, director, Active Matters

The early years sector is calling on the childcare and education minister to reconsider plans for a baseline assessment for reception pupils.

In the second of her series on child behaviour and its links to the new SEND code of practice, Kay Mathieson looks at working with parents.

Neurophysical development takes a number of forms in early childhood. In an edited extract from her new book, Anne O'Connor explains what these are, why they matter and how to support them.

This topics enables each child to relate their own unique experiences, and offers insights for practitioners.