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Keeping children healthy indoors, part 3: on the floor

The floor is a fantastic piece of apparatus, and often overlooked when we are thinking of ways to support children’s physical activity, so try these ideas in part 3 of our parent's guides to keeping children physically active indoors during the coronavirus lockdown.

Coronavirus - Staying open

Many settings are remaining open throughout the pandemic. How should operations change? Melanie Pilcher, quality and standards manager for the Early Years Alliance, has a guide

Inclusion - Capital ideas

How one setting is approaching cultural capital to expand children’s experiences and learning opportunities and improve their language skills. By Annette Rawstrone

Intrinsic Motivation - Rich rewards

Activating the intrinsic motivation of children, rather than using artificial means of persuasion such as stickers, will make them keen learners, says Professor Tina Bruce

Seasonal cooking: cod, potato and spinach curry

What's seasonal in May? As we head into warmer days at last, spinach provides some of the nutrients and antioxidants needed as we come out of the dark days of winter. The freshest, tenderest spinach is most easily obtainable in the spring.

Leadership - In a good place

Following on from last month’s article on vision, Annette Rawstrone sets out how it is more important than ever under Ofsted’s new inspection framework to define and lead a positive workplace culture

An essential guide to earache

What are the causes of earache and ear pain in young children and what are the best ways of dealing with them? Meredith Jones Russell reports

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