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Get ready for Chinese new year on 24 January by making your own lanterns. Resources

Make a caterpillar name plate using paper plates. Planned learning intention

I was startled by the Government's announcement that childminders would be allowed to smoke while supervising their charges (News, 14 December and 21/28 December). Surely there is a mountain of evidence now showing that smoking in the presence of babies...

11 January 'Moral Notes - Family Life'

We launch a new Foundation Stage project by Carolyn Price examining birds both common and exotic, with guidance on activities led by adults and by children A topic on birds offers many opportunities to explore all six areas of learning. This three-part...

Asking children for their views will provide some startling insights into how nursery staff can improve practice, a pioneering Scottish study has found. Stirling Council has published a practical guide, Children as Partners, which advises that nursery-age...

Asking children for their views provides some startling insights into how nursery staff can improve practice, a pioneering Scottish study has found. Stirling Council has published a practical guide, Children as Partners, which advises that nursery-age children can be consulted on a range of issues such as curriculum planning, staff deployment and purchasing resources - and that nurseries must be prepared to act on what they find out.

Day nurseries are losing thousands of pounds as a result of the Government's Working Families Tax Credit . A survey by the National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) of its 1,000 members in England, Wales and Scotland, published earlier this week, shows...

Childcare and children's literacy programmes in deprived areas should be in the front line to benefit from 105.5m funding awarded to Scotland's Social Inclusion Partnerships (SIPs) for 2002-2004. The Scottish Executive is steadily increasing funding for SIPs, and has also announced an additional 1.9m in addition to the grant of about 50m available this year.

Teenage parents are to receive support from the Government to help them get back into education and employment. Public health minister Yvette Cooper gave details last week about Sure Start Plus, an Pounds 8m scheme to be piloted in 15 areas of the country. In each pilot area there will be a Sure Start Plus advisor for teenage parents, who will receive individual support packages covering issues including childcare, education, jobs, housing, benefits and healthcare.

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