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Integrated working is sure to be important to the success of the two-year-old funded programme. Ruth Thomson considers some of the children's centres and local authorities leading the charge.

Early years consultant Gail Ryder Richardson provides a step-by-step guide to providing an outdoor environment that empowers children to keep themselves safe.

Minor scrapes are part and parcel of giving children the opportunity to test themselves in a challenging environment. Gayle Goshorn finds out how nurseries maximise safety and maintain the right approach.

Nursery World is running a conference, 'Two-Year-Olds: Policy and Practice' on 19 April to provide expert advice and debate on provision for this age group.

Completing the new Self-Evaluation Form is no mean feat, say Nicola Bushell and Hayley Cannell, joint managers of Oakey Dokeys Pre-School in Essex.

Giving practitioners time to talk during hectic times brings many rewards, say Nicola Bushell and Hayley Cannell, joint managers of Oakey Dokeys Pre-school, in Essex.

Nikki Fairchild provides the update on candidate progress at Chichester University and says that the level of enquiries bodes well for recruitment this September

Maria Neal is the early years co-ordinator at Barlborough Hall School in Derbyshire, which is linked with Makumbi Primary School in Zimbabwe. Maria recently visited the school and saw first-hand how children's writing skills develop from mark-making in the sand.

If an early years practitioner gains a higher level qualification, will she be effective in supporting more children?

No official records are kept on the number of deaths, serious injuries and accidents that occur while children are in nursery or other childcare settings, a Nursery World investigation reveals.