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Early Years Magazine - Issue 2

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Created on 16 December 2009 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 07 January 2010 by ncetm_administrator

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Welcome to the second issue of the Early Years Magazine. Thank you for all the positive comments you've sent in about the first issue. This is a great time to get in touch and tell us what you would like to see featured. 


From the editor
In this issue of the Early Years Magazine, we look at setting up research projects, internet safety, and ContactPoint.
Focus on...
A report on our Early Years Working Group.
R4U - Research for you
This month’s research article looks at The Research Informed Practice Site (TRIPS).
Case study
Our second case study is Rain, Rain, Come and Play - about how a small nursery developed its outdoor play area.
Resources in action
In this issue, we look at snow - and how to make the most of it! 
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Early Years Magazine Issue 2 - download as a PDF
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