20 Oct - 2 Nov 2014
Nursery World is the leading title for everyone in the early years community, and first published in 1925. It provides an invaluable mix of the latest news, research and opinion plus best practice and management advice from the top experts in the sector. It is essential reading for managers and practitioners involved in delivering early years education and childcare across the private, voluntary and public sectors.
Nursery World features:
Unrivalled news coverage with in-depth reports and updates on the frequent changes in Government policy
Professional advice from early years experts and key insights into childcare practice
Features linked to the four themes of the Early Years Foundation Stage: A Unique Child, Positive Relationships, Enabling Environments, Learning and Development
Activity ideas across all areas of learning, including monthly A2 activity poster
Management advice on running your setting and the updates on policy guides affecting your business
Nursery World’s September issue marks the implementation a revised EYFS and our expert contributors are there to provide practical guidance. Penny Tassoni examines in detail what the changes to Expressive Arts and Design mean for best practice. Penny gives a fresh view on how this specific area underpins all areas of learning – particularly language and communication – and is a powerful force for supporting children’s emotional wellbeing. In our activities section we provide guidance on a range of subjects – including supporting birth-to-threes by introducing them to movement in water, teaching children about the themes of the UN’s sustainability goals and firing up their enjoyment of outdoor learning in this first month of autumn. Important issues covered in our management section include how to manage staff members undergoing the menopause, what to do when staff bring their personal problems to work, how to safely use images of children on your setting’s social media site, what happens when employees’ use of WhatsApp has a negative impact on others, and why Level 3 remains a crucial qualification.