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Feel the warm embrace of hygge

The Danish concept of hygge encompasses a sense of wellbeing and awareness based on the simple things in life. Author Kimberly Smith explains how she discovered its value and translated it into early years practice.

Urban Planning: Child-Friendly Cities - Playing out

The movement for child-friendly cities and neighbourhoods is gaining momentum across the UK and abroad. Nicole Weinstein finds out how thoughtful urban planning and design can play a major role in giving children a good start in life

Health & Nutrition - Free for all

What lessons can the UK learn from Finland, which has an established tradition of providing high-quality free school meals to all pupils? Meredith Jones Russell reports

Curriculum - In focus… ready to write

Children should be physically ready before they are expected to write, having experienced developmentally appropriate PD activities, explains Reception teacher Claire Martin

Your outdoor calendar: December

Midwinter is a special time of year. Julie Mountain suggests how you can make the most of its atmospheric dusky evenings, scudding clouds and squally showers– and maybe, if you’re lucky, some early snow

Best Practice - War of words

The publication earlier this year of the Government’s new Reading Framework was met with a mixed reaction. Caroline Vollans considers the responses

Your outdoor calendar: November

This month, Julie Mountain is focusing on STEM because quick science, technology, engineering and maths projects are great when the weather is so unpredictable

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