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Kerry Payne on supporting a SEND framework and enriching neurodiverse play.
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Kerry Payne on why we need more neurodiverse play in the Early Years.
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Sue Cowley on building an EYFS curriculum - and it starts with your ethos
Some of the leading figures in early education explain why now’s the time for change.
Emma Davis discusses why professional love is crucial in helping our youngest children thrive.
The pandemic took a lot from early education. But what did it give us?
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Part one of a four-part series on child safeguarding
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Guided play is about empowering children’s ideas.
Why playtime with fathers is important, and what we can do to encourage it.
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How a child-approach can bring your parent community closer.
Parent partnerships are important. Let’s break down why.
Understand stages of development, and get practical tips to improve your practice
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Sue Allingham explains why our words matter.
Read notes and watch clips from our live session on the new inspection framework
Julian Grenier explains the new EYFS, covering curriculum, age bands, observations and more.
Here’s your quick voter’s guide to child care in the 2020 US presidential election.
Jamel Carly explains how the Early Years teaches us to handle change for life