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This month we revisit an article by Early Years Practitioner and Tiney home nursery leader, Alicia Wilkins, which asks us to reflect on the diversity and representation that must be embedded in our practice every moment of every day. 
In the final part of a series about intergenerational learning and care, Caroline Vollans learns about an intergenerational setting in the North West. 
Developmental play expert Carly Budd explains the importance of play for babies' brain development. 
Caroline Vollans finds out more about the first Intergenerational Nursery in the UK. 
Education Consultant Sejal Payne reflects on how we can support our young learners of EAL. 
In the first of a 3 part series about intergenerational learning and care, Caroline Vollans tells us about the benefits for the oldest and youngest generations offered through The Together Project. 
Independent Education Consultant Sejal Payne helps us take a closer look at oracy, why it is so important, and how it links to literacy. 
Preschool Manager and qualified Early Years Teacher Emma Davis reflects on the role of the leader in early years and some of the pressures that come with it. 
As we approach the end of the school year, when some staff may be moving to new classes and stages, we return to an article by Teacher Varinder Kaur Johal on moving between early years and key stage. 
Nathan Archer, Director of the International Montessori Institute at Leeds Beckett University, describes 5 clear arguments against the current suggestions to relax ratios for the early years sector.