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Strong return for the Nursery World Show

Nothing beats meeting someone in person – and that’s exactly what this event underlined when hundreds of individuals from across the sector met under the same roof for the first time in two years, on 29 – 30 April.

Education For Sustainability - Midas touch

In Western Australia, an organisation that makes waste materials available for reuse is helping early years settings resource for schema play. By pedagogical leader Kylie Ridder, with educator Fernanda Santiago.

Good Practice - Just a moment

How one setting introduced ‘In The Moment Planning’ to ensure that child-led play and activities are not interrupted and children feel valued and listened to. By Dawn Rigby

Get set for the Nursery World Show

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  • Friday, April 22, 2022
Nursery World is looking forward to welcoming everyone back to its first live Show in two years at London’s Business Design Centre on April 29 – 30.

Fresh thinking in Nursery World’s February issue

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  • Wednesday, February 2, 2022
January is at last behind us and this month we're in a lighter mood. Be inspired by EYFS best practice at one innovative school which is bringing nursery and Reception children together to enjoy shared learning, indoors and out. Discover more about what makes our recent Nursery World Award winners special – with features on the Greenhouse Multi-Cultural Play and Arts project in Liverpool and Meadow Lane Children’s Nursery in Cornwall.

Music – the magic key

SPONSORED CONTENT: Boogie Mites Music Programmes are informed by the neuroscience evidence suggesting that active music-making in early years could hold a key to boosting development in areas that have suffered due to the pandemic restrictions over the last two years. Boogie Mites director Sue Newman explains

Welcome to 2022 with our January issue!

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  • Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Check out our new series – including an in-depth guide to unlocking best practice outdoors, a management four-parter focused on anti-racist leadership and a managers’ problem page, designed to tackle topical dilemmas head on. Plus all our expert, hands-on activities and the latest poster in our construction series – featuring homes.

Children's books: Best of the bunch

Karen Hart takes her pick of the best recent releases. These include Time to get Dressed – part of a new series by Penny Tassoni designed to support all children to be independent – and Sophie Dahl's seriously funny The Worst Sleepover in the World.

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