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How the coronavirus reponse has unfolded so far

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  • Tuesday, April 7, 2020
These are unprecedented times for early years settings on the front line, caring for children of NHS and care staff, supermarket workers, delivery drivers – all those key workers whom we all rely on every day.

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.

The big picture - Art school makes masks for hospitals

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  • Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Staff and students at London Metropolitan University have sewn nearly 500 face masks in the past week for use in maternity wards, where midwives, obstetricians and cleaners are lacking protective equipment amid the Covid-19 crisis.

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