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LETTER OF THE WEEK - GRADUATES DEGRADED

Children need a more realistic view of our relationship with animals, says Helen Penn.

Little Monsters by Jan Pienkowski. Dinner Time written by Anne Carter and illustrated by Jan Pienkowski. Walker Books, 6.99 each

A fresh source for learning is discovered every week by one early years class, as Ruth Thomson finds out.

Children will enjoy being as inventive as the mouse at the centre of a fascinating story with the provision of well-stocked resources and activities across the setting, as suggested by Helen Bromley.

As the EYFS eats into Key Stage One, it should be allowed to go even further to the age of seven, with a rethink of our approach to both learning and teaching, argues Julian Grenier.

A new report evaluating the impact of Sure Start is due to be submitted to the Department for Children, Schools and Families next week.

Wales' Education Minister Jane Hutt had the help of a snowman when she officially opened a new garden room at the Teddy Bear Nursery in Llandough Hospital in Glamorgan. A fundraising appeal enabled the nursery to create the new room, which features a sandpit and toadstool-style seating.

The Government is failing to help poor children whose parents work, according to a new think-tank study.

A nursery group set up 25 years ago which is now the largest in the UK is searching for former members of staff and children who attended its first nursery as part of silver jubilee celebrations this year.