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New beginnings Pre-schools' plans to meet the challenges of the Government's ten-year strategy A family affair How pre-schools have remained committed to offering opportunities and training to parents

Elinor Goldschmied's contributions to the education of children and their carers are described by Sonia Jackson

What is 'spirituality' and how do early years practitioners promote it in young children? Marion Dowling offers suggestions

Communication is the focus of study for an academic described by Professor Tricia David

Today's practice in observation of young children owes much to the work of this pioneering researcher, as Professor Tricia David explains

By Julia Manning-Morton, a senior lecturer in early childhood studies at London Metropolitan University, co-author of Key Times: A framework for developing high-quality provision for children under three years (Open University Press, forthcoming) and Key Times for Play: the first three years (OUP, 14.99) and author of Nursery World's series, 'Birth to Three - Your guide to developing quality provision' All change

The influential work of an academic who developed the theory that all children are intelligent in the different ways they learn is described by Jonathan Barnes

Priscilla Alderson, professor of childhood studies, Social Science Research Unit, the Institute of Education, University of London Centuries of progress?

Do boys need different language learning opportunities from girls? Opal Dunn explains why they do and what activities you can offer

The founder of Britain's first infant school promoted learning for its own sake in ways that are meaningful to young children, as Professor Tricia David explains

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