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Back by popular demand is Professor Padraic Monaghan who will be explaining how to support children's early language acquisition.
These protein-packed sausages have a taste of Italy about them because of the fennel seeds, but feel free to try different herb combinations to suit your taste buds. Slice and add them to a hearty autumn soup or casserole towards the end of cooking, says Mary Llewellin of Snapdragons
Enhance your time at the Nursery World Show 2018 with a visit to our Live Theatre, where you can hear from a wide range of speakers.
This seminar will look at self-regulation – the ability to manage our feelings, actions and thoughts – which is critical to our well-being and readiness to learn.
Gender and how to define it is rarely out of the headlines at the moment. Recent research is also prompting a rethink of what ‘gender’ means, by demolishing gender stereotypes and questioning the nature-nurture, boy-girl divide. Our masterclass will review this latest research and consider its implications for early years practice.
See one Nursery of the Year in action, for ideas you can take home from the Nursery World Show 2018
A Mulberry Bush favourite recipe
Are children too busy? Anne Purdon reflects on her year’s sabbatical in Albania and compares the free-time activity choices of third culture kids (TCKs) growing up in Albania with children in the UK
By Mary Llewellin of Snapdragons
Nature to Nurture, Liverpool
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