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With high rates of stress in the early years workforce, allowing staff to have relaxing breaks away from the children is crucial. Annette Rawstrone reports on how settings are prioritising, and revamping, their staffrooms

Broad beans are hardy, nutritious and grow in most soils and climates, so get ready for some autumn planting.

How one setting in Yorkshire secured more than £100,000 in funding over five years, and opened a yurt, food bank, art sessions and Forest School. By Carl Duck

We know that 70 per cent of all poor children are in working families. So how easy is it for these families to access childcare? Charlotte Goddard investigates

Hannah Crown and Katy Morton speak to the chair of the education and childcare route panel, Mary Isherwood, about the progress of apprenticeship standards currently being developed at Levels 2, 5 and 6

This year hundreds of thousands of children around the world have gone on ‘strike’ over the future of the planet as the issue becomes increasingly critical. Should young children be getting involved? By Amy Fallon

More and more settings are claiming Forest School is part of their offering. But how do you ensure it is more than just a marketing gimmick? Meredith Jones Russell reports

The Characteristics of Effective Learning aren’t just central to children’s development, but are also key to improving staff performance, argues Pennie Akehurst

It can be hard to find books with a girl as the lead character, but this new title is about a girl named Marianne. It is written almost like a poem, with rhymes and, in some places, verses.

Children at one setting have been role-playing being firefighters. Annette Rawstrone reports

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