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Two settings, one urban and one rural, explain how their Forest School provision works. By early years expert Nicole Weinstein

How can settings provide woodwork in a developmentally beneficial and safe way? Pete Moorhouse offers some tips

Embracing risky play gives children the chance to push themselves to their limits, with physical, emotional and educational benefits, explains Annette Rawstrone

In an increasingly risk-averse culture, early years expert Helen Tovey explores what risk is, and its benefits

Children benefit from books and characters that reflect the reality of their own lives in terms of factors such as family structure, ethnicity and disability, explains Annette Rawstrone

Calming sensory areas are transformational. Nicole Weinstein provides some tips for fitting them out

There are many ways that settings can make autistic children feel comfortable and encourage their engagement, such as understanding the individual child and what interests them, finds Karen Faux

In Northumberland, one setting has created an environment for children with special educational needs and disabilities. By Charlotte Goddard

Equipment plays an essential part in children’s Personal, Social and Emotional Development. Annette Rawstrone explores some of the resourcing options for two- and three-year-olds

Three settings tell Nicole Weinstein how they have been putting the Early Years Pupil Premium to good use