Final Early Years Matters magazine
Following the recent review of Early Years Matters, we have decided to stop producing the magazine.
All the content that you valued, such as case studies and interviews, will still be produced and put online.
Find out how support from our Children and Families team is evolving.
An introduction to Early Years Matters 9 from Maureen Mallon, Assistant Director, Children and Families.
The Acting Minister for Children and Young People, explains why she wants Scotland to be the best place for children to grow up.
Ailie Rankin, Peripatetic Nursery Teacher in Inverclyde, talks about the impact of being a Glow Early Learn member.
Following a renewed focus in Argyll and Bute on assessing young children’s learning, Quality Improvement Officer Kathleen Johnston, and Head Teacher, Fiona Johnson explain the impact of local developments.
The Leuven Scale of Involvement outlines ten action points that help to set the right environment for children's learning.
Academics Jenny Carey, Joan Martlew, Elizabeth Mcaulay, Eleni Karagiannidou and students from Strathclyde University, School of Education, explain how their learning experiences make a difference to children’s learning and lives.
News from around the early years community.