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Children at one setting learned about the lifecycle of butterflies by caring for a disabled one, explains Annette Rawstrone

Digital technologies can enhance ‘offline’ activities if the right balance is struck, explain Professor Elizabeth Wood, Aderonke Folorunsho and Liz Chesworth of the University of Sheffield’s School of Education

Being with animals, either in a setting or on a farm, has a plethora of benefits for children, says nursery owner Jackie Hardie

The children at one setting created sophisticated animations that were shown at their local cinema. By Annette Rawstrone

The changing nature of the beach provides new and exciting learning opportunities for children at one nursery in West Sussex. Nicole Weinstein finds out more

Children in London learned how to make bricks and much more while creating a community wall, writes Rosie Potter

Children’s interest in local farming led to a visit to their setting by one of the dads in his tractor, reports Annette Rawstrone

How one setting used children’s interest in aliens and space to introduce them to STEM subjects. By Annette Rawstrone

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

A museum in Cambridge is enabling children to experience shared public spaces, explains Meredith Jones Russell