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Why physical activity in the early years is so vital

A free course, a finalist in the Nursery World Awards 2021, aims to train early years practitioners to boost young children's physical development. Dr Jackie Musgrave of the Open University, who helped design it, explains the thinking behind it

In touch with nature

With the RSPB’s Big Schools’ Birdwatch taking place in January and February, what are the benefits for those settings taking part?

The power of words

Moving away from the deficit model of difference means more than enabling diversity, so that everyone feels genuinely included, says our regular columnist Michael Pettavel

Feel the warm embrace of hygge

The Danish concept of hygge encompasses a sense of wellbeing and awareness based on the simple things in life. Author Kimberly Smith explains how she discovered its value and translated it into early years practice.

Ban wet wipe plastics

Fleur Anderson, the MP for Putney, Roehampton and Southfields is fighting to ban plastic in the 11 billion wet wipes used in the UK every year

Rethinking the system

The problems facing the early years sector are well known but seem far from being resolved – so perhaps we need a wholesale restructure, says Sarah Mackenzie

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