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Talking about supervision: embedding appraisals

Effective supervision is essential under the EYFS and there is plenty of theory to guide practitioners. But how easy is to put theory into practice? In a new online series, Julie Coakley, manager at LEYF's Colville Nursery in west London, provides a personal account of her own learning journey.

A Unique Child: Inclusion - Ten out of ten

The first children's centre in the country to achieve 'Outstanding' in every category of its Ofsted inspection has celebrated ten years of innovation and excellence. Rafiquel Islam explains its success

QuILT: Covering every aspect of quality

Judith Twani, independent early years consultant, trainer and early education improvement officer for Thurrock Council, explains how a modular quality assurance and improvement scheme is proving both versatile and enduring for a range of settings

Male practitioners make their mark

Employing three male practitioners, including two in senior positions, has had a positive impact on practice at Choochoos Day Nursery in Kent, according to owner Karla Tabony.

Leadership - supporting staff to see the whole child

While observation forms an important part of both planning and assessment at Southwark Primary School in Nottingham, nursery leader Leisa Towle recently identified staff who needed more support to undertake it effectively. She explains how this involved helping them to understand what to observe, when and how.

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