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International awards honour architecture for children, says Ruth Thomson.
Sharing your outdoor space, or even just the corridors that lead to it, can restrict when and how you use your outside provision. Ginny Wright, from Learning through Landscapes, explores the issues.
Early years settings' work with families can take a new dimension when everybody gets outdoors together, says Annie Davy, early years advisor at Learning through Landscapes.
There are treasure troves that will stimulate open-ended learning - by both children and practitioners. Pat Gordon-Smith describes the possibilities