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Create polar landscapes to help children learn about the people and animals that inhabit them, and to provide opportunities for role play, suggests Nicole Weinstein.

As part of a drive to forge links with the local community, a setting in Durham organised a supermarket trip. Carey Anne Bonser reveals why it has given them an appetite for more.

Physical doodles can nurture young children's learning and help them understand their bodies in creative and playful ways. The following extract from a new book offers guidance on getting started.

A Beach School is opening up a wealth of new learning experiences for children at one nursery in Bristol. Ruth Thomson finds out more Photographs At woodland house nursery, Bristol, by Marcus Way.

Communicating from the heart is crucial if we are to work in partnership with the parents of our babies and youngest children. Anita M Hughes and Veronica Read explain why it matters.

In areas where capacity for twos needs to expand, schools can be an important part of the mix, says James Hempsall

Voluntary-run playgroups and pre-schools are the finest example of the 'Big Society' and should be supported to become sustainable, argues volunteer Sue Cowley.

If you want to support your staff to be more adventurous outdoors, this is the course for you, says one deputy nursery manager