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Dame Clare Tickell is urging practitioners to focus on the importance of reflective practice and the role of supervision in the run-up to the introduction of the revised EYFS.

Nursery chains are thinking ahead to how they will implement the revised EYFS once it is finalised by the Government. Nicole Weinstein hears their plans

August born children are more likely to struggle academically and be unhappy at school, according to new research.

Listening to four- and fourteen-year-olds is shedding light on children's early learning experiences, as Dr Jacqui Cousins explains in this extended version of the article in the latest issue of Nursery World

The feelings of children about their early years learning experiences have been captured in new research by Jacqui Cousins.

The approach to formative and summative assessments is not obviously different under the revised Early Years Foundation Stage. However, practitioners will need to be alert to subtle but significant changes and prepare accordingly, advises Ann Langston.

Children are continuing to do better at school at the end of the EYFS, the latest statistics for the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile show.

Parents will be able to give their comments on their child's school whenever they like, on a new website called Parent View.

Have a fresh think about how you can ensure that all the children in your setting enjoy equal access to your ICT equipment and gain from the experience, with advice from Amy Stancer.

Sometimes it seems as if the language spoken in nurseries is evolving in its own unique way, distinct from the ways that other people speak.