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
There are five pages of great activity ideas in the 16 October issue of Nursery World – Penny Tassoni looks at the essential experience of arts and crafts, we see how nursery children designed, built and launched a canal narrow boat, and Julie Mountain has five things to do with autumn leaves. Dr Jen Lyttleton-Smith explores the nursery environment and how it can work for or against gender diversity; and Linda Pound explains the links between physical development and music in the second part of her series. A new series on common behaviours has advice on supporting young children who are ‘people pleasers’, and University of Worcester experts look at the needs of kinship carers. Our Collections series finds the best ideas and resources for exploring materials. In Work Matters, a new series begins on managing special education needs in your setting, while Mark Traynor has the latest on property deals. Our news section reports on confusion over the status of online distance learning courses, and on the campaign to abolish business rates for nurseries in England.