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Jackie Basquill is a teacher currently on secondment at Edge Hill University, and teaches on the Early Years Professional Status modules.

Do you really know what child-initiated learning looks like? Mary Evans identifies further training directions, in the first of a new series on improving skills to meet EYFS requirements.

By Mary Dickins, an early years consultant (All Together Consultancy/London Met. University)

New children's books

Staff at Little Acorns Nursery in Urmston, Manchester, have transformed the outdoor provision for their under-twos. Nursery manager Paula Wilkinson explains how.

In the first of a series of monthly columns in the run up to the general election, Claire Schofield, director of Membership, Policy and Communications at the NDNA, addresses school entry policy.

Practitioners caring for very young children are often unsure about whether to introduce babies to paint for sensory exploration.

Going on a fossil hunt showed children a new aspect of their local area and was a rich opportunity for exploring the outdoors, says Tessa Fenoughty.

Few parents escape the embarrassment of their child having a tantrum at the supermarket checkout or on the floor of a restaurant.

An appeal for firm commitment and promotion of progress for young children is made by Dwynwen Stepien, director of the Early Childhood Unit at the National Children's Bureau.