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Welcome to 2022 with our January issue!

  • 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.

Nursery World Exchange goes to Cheltenham

  • Tuesday, December 14, 2021
Our next Nursery World Exchange event will be at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Cheltenham on 24-25 March, and will bring together senior nursery group directors and early years suppliers to network, do business and socialise.

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.

Nursery World’s December issue has it all wrapped up

  • Tuesday, November 23, 2021
While the days are short and the nights are long, we’ve got plenty of ideas to ensure that children continue to enjoy learning and adventures outdoors. Take inspiration from this month’s outdoor calendar – with ideas on how to experience the sensory delights of darkness play – and get the conversation going around fabulous constructions, with the help of this month’s collectible poster which focuses on places of worship.

Curl up for a good read with Nursery World’s November issue

  • Tuesday, October 26, 2021
In addition to our regular mix of best practice features, activities and topical investigations this month brings you Nursery World’s annual, in-depth Nursery Management Supplement. Gain insights into current business trends, new approaches to recruitment and where the digital revolution is heading. And don’t forget to pull out the third A2 poster in our awe-inspiring Construction series. The subject for November is Skyscrapers.

Step into autumn with Nursery World’s September issue

  • Thursday, September 2, 2021
Summer may be drawing to a close but the beginning of autumn offers exciting opportunities for learning outdoors. This month’s outdoor calendar suggests ways in which your garden can provide a rich mathematical environment while Penny Tassoni provides ideas for creative activities outdoors as part of Expressive arts and design, in the new EYFS which is effective now.

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