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How can settings ensure their sand and water provision meets the requirements of the new Education Inspection Framework, asks Penny Tassoni in part one of her new series

Establishing effective relationships with parents is crucial to engaging them in their children’s education. Annette Rawstrone finds out how some schools are doing it

How can practitioners use digital documentation systems in a way that recognises every child’s capacity and potential, ask Dr Rosie Flewitt and Dr Kate Cowan

How to combine mark-making activity with the outdoors environment. By Julie Mountain

It can be hard to find books with a girl as the lead character, but this new title is about a girl named Marianne. It is written almost like a poem, with rhymes and, in some places, verses.

Children at one setting have been role-playing being firefighters. Annette Rawstrone reports

Broad beans are hardy, nutritious and grow in most soils and climates, so get ready for some autumn planting.

How a three-year project supported early years workers in Malawi to offer inclusive provision. Anita Soni reports

What does messy play entail, how do children benefit from it, and what can you do to help them take part in such activities? By Annette Rawstrone

Instead of shying away from the problems blighting the housing estate on which it is located, a kindergarten in Hackney turned the space into its own, explains Bettina Sebek