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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

Outdoors: Key 1 - Get out there

In this first part of a new series on unlocking learning in the outdoor environment, Professor Jan White considers building practitioner confidence and changing mindsets

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.

Your outdoor calendar: January 2022

This year’s outdoor calendar will focus on physicality and physical development outdoors with Julie Mountain suggesting ways that children can truly embody learning. So, instead of hunkering down in the new year, try these ideas to get out and get moving together

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