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Working Mum - Making the grade

Inspection days are stressful for practitioners, but they can be a worry for parents too - since they have a part to play, and poor results can themselves affect quality, says Working Mum

Nursery Management: Poverty - Destined for failure?

Early years practitioners know that part of their job is reducing the disadvantage gap. But what do they really think of poor children? Dr Donald Simpson, who has led a two-year study into practitioners'perceptions of poverty, reports.

Baby rooms - Still room for improvement?

Good practice begins with babies, but nurseries have historically focused more on older children. Three years on from the Baby Room Project, Hannah Crown asks if anything has changed.

EYFS Best Practice: All about ... Peer mentoring

A home-grown approach to peer mentoring at a nursery school and children's centre in London is improving practice, as well as making work more satisfying for the team. Headteacher Dr Julian Grenier offers an insight into the setting's journey

Top tips for using tablets

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  • Friday, February 20, 2015
Dot Reeves, chief speech and language therapist at Insane Logic, explores how tablets can be used by early years practitioners in settings to support children’s speech and language and their ability to learn and join in.

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