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By Mandi Trout, Forest School team leader at the Bridgwater College Children's Centre, an Early Excellence Centre All fired up

Contents A fine mess

Julian Grenier offers a personal view of how integrated services should evolve and his school's transition to Children's Centre The right combination

Don't just hold the front page, but use the whole newspaper for a variety of challenging games and activities. Philip Waters suggests ways to use that wonderfully cheap resource Newspapers. We read them, perhaps read them again and even a third time before...

Inside out The importance of outdoor learning and its place in the Foundation Stage Curriculum

The NPQICL will address the needs of leaders within multi-agency and multi-disciplinary settings. Course leaders

Little citizens Laying the foundations of citizenship in the early years

A project exploring newspapers will show children that their lives are big news, says Helen Shelbourne, and also foster a sense of connection to the wider world Project guide

Tina Hyder has lectured in early childhood studies at London Metropolitan University and currently works for Save the Children. Her book War, Conflict and Play: Working with refugee children in the early years, part of the Debating Play series, will be published later this year by Open University Press.

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