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  1. Children & Young People Now - digital edition

    From £33.00

    Children & Young People Now, which is 10 years old this year, brings together the latest policy and practice to improve young lives and to support families. It provides vital information on child protection, safeguarding and social work; childcare provision; children’s health; education; youth services; youth justice; and multi-agency working.

     

    It is essential reading for managers and senior practitioners involved in delivering services for children, young people and families across the public, voluntary and private sectors.

     

    By subscribing you will receive access to the latest issue of the digital magazine bringing you:

    •    Policy and research analysis, and the implications for practice
    •    Evidence-based case studies
    •    Leadership advice and interviews with inspiring figures
    •    Legal updates and what they mean for everyday practice
    •    Local area spotlights – demographics, service provision, spending and outcomes
    •    International practice ideas – innovation from overseas, and what can be learned and implemented in the UK
    •    Commissioning insights – key issues and effective practice for both commissioners and providers
    •    Funding finder – guide to current grants and funding streams
    •    Brexit – all the implications as they unfold for children’s sector policy, research, and the labour market
    •    Qualifications and Training Guide for the entire children’s workforce
    •    Special reports and Supplements


    For information about institutional subscriptions, click here.

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  2. Children & Young People Now - digital membership

    From £41.00

    Children & Young People Now, which is 10 years old this year, brings together the latest policy and practice to improve young lives and to support families. It provides vital information on child protection, safeguarding and social work; childcare provision; children’s health; education; youth services; youth justice; and multi-agency working.

     

    It is essential reading for managers and senior practitioners involved in delivering services for children, young people and families across the public, voluntary and private sectors.

     

    Our digital membership subscription package enables you to receive the digital magazine, all website content and discounts to relevant conferences and events.

     

    Subscribe and recive access to the following on your desktop, tablet and mobile device.

    •    Policy and research analysis, and the implications for practice
    •    Evidence-based case studies
    •    Leadership advice and interviews with inspiring figures
    •    Legal updates and what they mean for everyday practice
    •    Local area spotlights – demographics, service provision, spending and outcomes
    •    International practice ideas – innovation from overseas, and what can be learned and implemented in the UK
    •    Commissioning insights – key issues and effective practice for both commissioners and providers
    •    Funding finder – guide to current grants and funding streams
    •    Brexit – all the implications as they unfold for children’s sector policy, research, and the labour market
    •    Qualifications and Training Guide for the entire children’s workforce
    •    Special reports and Supplements


    For information about institutional subscriptions, click here.

    Learn More
  3. Children & Young People Now - full membership

    From £49.00

    Children & Young People Now, which is 10 years old this year, brings together the latest policy and practice to improve young lives and to support families. It provides vital information on child protection, safeguarding and social work; childcare provision; children’s health; education; youth services; youth justice; and multi-agency working.

     

    It is essential reading for managers and senior practitioners involved in delivering services for children, young people and families across the public, voluntary and private sectors.

     

    Our best value full membership subscription package enables you to receive the print magazine plus the digital magazine, all website content and discounts to relevant conferences and events.

     

    By subscribing you will receive:

    •    Policy and research analysis, and the implications for practice
    •    Evidence-based case studies
    •    Leadership advice and interviews with inspiring figures
    •    Legal updates and what they mean for everyday practice
    •    Local area spotlights – demographics, service provision, spending and outcomes
    •    International practice ideas – innovation from overseas, and what can be learned and implemented in the UK
    •    Commissioning insights – key issues and effective practice for both commissioners and providers
    •    Funding finder – guide to current grants and funding streams
    •    Brexit – all the implications as they unfold for children’s sector policy, research, and the labour market
    •    Qualifications and Training Guide for the entire children’s workforce
    •    Special reports and Supplements


    For information about institutional subscriptions, click here.

    Learn More
  4. Children & Young People Now - magazine only

    From £33.00

    Children & Young People Now, which is 10 years old this year, brings together the latest policy and practice to improve young lives and to support families. It provides vital information on child protection, safeguarding and social work; childcare provision; children’s health; education; youth services; youth justice; and multi-agency working.

     

    It is essential reading for managers and senior practitioners involved in delivering services for children, young people and families across the public, voluntary and private sectors.

     

    By subscribing you will receive the latest issues of the magazine bringing you:

    •    Policy and research analysis, and the implications for practice
    •    Evidence-based case studies
    •    Leadership advice and interviews with inspiring figures
    •    Legal updates and what they mean for everyday practice
    •    Local area spotlights – demographics, service provision, spending and outcomes
    •    International practice ideas – innovation from overseas, and what can be learned and implemented in the UK
    •    Commissioning insights – key issues and effective practice for both commissioners and providers
    •    Funding finder – guide to current grants and funding streams
    •    Brexit – all the implications as they unfold for children’s sector policy, research, and the labour market
    •    Qualifications and Training Guide for the entire children’s workforce
    •    Special reports and Supplements


    For information about institutional subscriptions, click here.

    Learn More
  5. Children & Young People Now - website only

    From £33.00

    Children & Young People Now, which is 10 years old this year, brings together the latest policy and practice to improve young lives and to support families. It provides vital information on child protection, safeguarding and social work; childcare provision; children’s health; education; youth services; youth justice; and multi-agency working.

     

    It is essential reading for managers and senior practitioners involved in delivering services for children, young people and families across the public, voluntary and private sectors.

     

    By subscribing you will receive access to cypnow.co.uk website its online archive of more than 54,000 covering:

    •    Policy and research analysis, and the implications for practice
    •    Evidence-based case studies
    •    Leadership advice and interviews with inspiring figures
    •    Legal updates and what they mean for everyday practice
    •    Local area spotlights – demographics, service provision, spending and outcomes
    •    International practice ideas – innovation from overseas, and what can be learned and implemented in the UK
    •    Commissioning insights – key issues and effective practice for both commissioners and providers
    •    Funding finder – guide to current grants and funding streams
    •    Brexit – all the implications as they unfold for children’s sector policy, research, and the labour market
    •    Qualifications and Training Guide for the entire children’s workforce
    •    Special reports and Supplements


    For information about institutional subscriptions, click here.

    Learn More
  6. EYE - Early Years Educator - digital edition

    From £26.00

    The new-look Early Years Educator (EYE) provides expert guidance for early years professionals committed to enhancing their provision, developing their skill base and advancing their own continuing professional development. Each change has been made in line with your comments, and in consultation with our expert editorial board. In addition to its new, fresh look, EYE is designed to encourage the reader to engage with its content, to explore topics and to pursue the ideas it presents. EYE is a must-read for early years professionals committed to advancing their skills.
     

    The magazine covers both the theory and practice of early years teaching. Our content is as valuable to student readers as it is to early years practitioners, consultants and managers: EYE provides expert feature articles, international case studies, up to date commentary on government policy and critical analysis of important topics affecting early years educators and carers.


    Crucially, EYE is committed to helping its readers understand why theoretical issues matter to them and the children in their care. All theory is entirely supported by practical ideas, and each issue contains resources you can readily use to nurture development and knowledge, and inspire an enthusiasm for learning within your setting.  

     

    Subscribe to EYE's digital edition today to receive access to the latest issues on your desktop computer, iPad and iPhone. Each issue contains:

     

    • Up-to-date guidance on the requirements of the revised Early Years Foundation Stage
    • A 16-page supplement of creative activity ideas for the 0-5s
    • Features, commentary and advice from sector-leading early years experts
    • Clear, relevant guidance on professional qualifications, training and career progression
    • Guidance for best practice from informed, sector experts

     

    For information about institutional subscriptions, click here.

    Learn More
  7. EYE - Early Years Educator - digital membership

    From £32.00

    The new-look Early Years Educator (EYE) provides expert guidance for early years professionals committed to enhancing their provision, developing their skill base and advancing their own continuing professional development. Each change has been made in line with your comments, and in consultation with our expert editorial board. In addition to its new, fresh look, EYE is designed to encourage the reader to engage with its content, to explore topics and to pursue the ideas it presents. EYE is a must-read for early years professionals committed to advancing their skills.
     

    The magazine covers both the theory and practice of early years teaching. Our content is as valuable to student readers as it is to early years practitioners, consultants and managers: EYE provides expert feature articles, international case studies, up to date commentary on government policy and critical analysis of important topics affecting early years educators and carers.


    Crucially, EYE is committed to helping its readers understand why theoretical issues matter to them and the children in their care. All theory is entirely supported by practical ideas, and each issue contains resources you can readily use to nurture development and knowledge, and inspire an enthusiasm for learning within your setting.  

     

    Our digital membership subscription package enables you to access the digital magazine, all website content and discounts to relevant conferences and events.

     

    By subscribing you will receive:

    • Full access to the digital editions of EYE on your desktop, tablet and mobile device
    • Full access to the EYE website containing over 16 years of content and over 4,000 articles
    • Up-to-date guidance catering to the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage
    • Features, commentary and advice from sector-leading early years experts
    • Clear, relevant guidance on professional qualifications, training and career progression
    • Special discounts and savings on relevant events and conferences

      

    For information about institutional subscriptions, click here.

    Learn More
  8. EYE - Early Years Educator - full membership

    From £39.00

    The new-look Early Years Educator (EYE) provides expert guidance for early years professionals committed to enhancing their provision, developing their skill base and advancing their own continuing professional development. Each change has been made in line with your comments, and in consultation with our expert editorial board. In addition to its new, fresh look, EYE is designed to encourage the reader to engage with its content, to explore topics and to pursue the ideas it presents. EYE is a must-read for early years professionals committed to advancing their skills.
     

    The magazine covers both the theory and practice of early years teaching. Our content is as valuable to student readers as it is to early years practitioners, consultants and managers: EYE provides expert feature articles, international case studies, up to date commentary on government policy and critical analysis of important topics affecting early years educators and carers.


    Crucially, EYE is committed to helping its readers understand why theoretical issues matter to them and the children in their care. All theory is entirely supported by practical ideas, and each issue contains resources you can readily use to nurture development and knowledge, and inspire an enthusiasm for learning within your setting.  

     

    By subscribing you will receive:

    • 12 issues of our magazine delivered to your door

    • Full access to the digital editions of EYE on your desktop, tablet and mobile device

    • Full access to the EYE website containing over 16 years of content and over 4,000 articles

    • Up-to-date guidance catering to the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage

    • Features, comment and advice from sector-leading early years experts

    • Clear, relevant guidance on professional qualifications, training and career progression

    • Management and best practice guidance from informed sector experts

    • Special discounts and savings on relevant events and conferences

    For information about institutional subscriptions, click here.

    Learn More
  9. EYE - Early Years Educator - magazine only

    From £26.00

    The new-look Early Years Educator (EYE) provides expert guidance for early years professionals committed to enhancing their provision, developing their skill base and advancing their own continuing professional development. Each change has been made in line with your comments, and in consultation with our expert editorial board. In addition to its new, fresh look, EYE is designed to encourage the reader to engage with its content, to explore topics and to pursue the ideas it presents. EYE is a must-read for early years professionals committed to advancing their skills.
     

    The magazine covers both the theory and practice of early years teaching. Our content is as valuable to student readers as it is to early years practitioners, consultants and managers: EYE provides expert feature articles, international case studies, up to date commentary on government policy and critical analysis of important topics affecting early years educators and carers.


    Crucially, EYE is committed to helping its readers understand why theoretical issues matter to them and the children in their care. All theory is entirely supported by practical ideas, and each issue contains resources you can readily use to nurture development and knowledge, and inspire an enthusiasm for learning within your setting.  

     

    Subscribe to EYE today and receive 12 issues annually, each containing:

    • Up-to-date guidance catering to the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage
    • A 16-page supplement of creative activity ideas for 0-5s
    • Features, commentary and advice from the sector-leading early years experts
    • Clear, relevent guidance on professional qualifications, training and career progression
    • Guidance on best practice from sector experts

     

    For information about institutional subscriptions, click here.

    Learn More
  10. EYE - Early Years Educator - website only

    From £26.00

    The new-look Early Years Educator (EYE) provides expert guidance for early years professionals committed to enhancing their provision, developing their skill base and advancing their own continuing professional development. Each change has been made in line with your comments, and in consultation with our expert editorial board. In addition to its new, fresh look, EYE is designed to encourage the reader to engage with its content, to explore topics and to pursue the ideas it presents. EYE is a must-read for early years professionals committed to advancing their skills.
     

    The magazine covers both the theory and practice of early years teaching. Our content is as valuable to student readers as it is to early years practitioners, consultants and managers: EYE provides expert feature articles, international case studies, up to date commentary on government policy and critical analysis of important topics affecting early years educators and carers.


    Crucially, EYE is committed to helping its readers understand why theoretical issues matter to them and the children in their care. All theory is entirely supported by practical ideas, and each issue contains resources you can readily use to nurture development and knowledge, and inspire an enthusiasm for learning within your setting.  

     

    Access the following on your desktop, tablet and mobile device.

     

    The EYE website offers subscribers:

     

    • Over 3,835 articles in a fully searchable database
    • An online archive of over 16 years of magazine content 
    • Online access to EYE’s content anywhere in the world as and when you need it 
    • Content alerts to the latest articles
    • Unrestricted access to downloading and printing for personal and professional use 

     

    For information about institutional subscriptions, click here.

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  11. Headteacher Update

    From £13.00

    Headteacher Update is dedicated to primary school leaders. The magazine tackles a wide range of key leadership issues, ranging from practical best practice articles, guidance to the latest legislation, inspection advice, curriculum and pedagogy approaches and much more.

     

    Subscribe to Headteacher Update for:

    • • The latest in school management and leadership best practice, including legislation, finance, CPD, ICT, curriculum, inspection and more
    • • Reviews and announcements of the latest resources, products, classroom materials and education literature
    • • Up-to-date information and focus on resources and product information
    • • HTU Extra: a subscription service of Headteacher Update which provides quality tailored information and resources for subscribers, including personal paper copy, teaching resources, special offers and exclusive supplements


    Headteacher Update is written by its own team of writers and education journalists, supported by contributions from leading figures in UK education and, more importantly, practising and experienced headteachers, senior leaders and teachers.

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  12. Nursery World + EYE + Practical Pre-School

    From £73.00

    Team up Nursery World, the leading title for everyone in the early years community, with EYE (Early Years Educator), the leading professional monthly magazine for all those who work with children aged 0-5, and Practical Pre-School, the monthly title serving all those who work with children in the Early Years Foundation Stage, and receive an unrivalled mix of early years news as well as professional and practical information, advice and guidance.

     

    These three well-established publications are dedicated to all those working within the early years and are designed to provide readers with the best, most up-to-date professional support.

     

    Subscribe to Nursery World, EYE and Practical Pre-School today and benefit from:

     

    • • Unrivalled news coverage with in-depth reports and updates on the frequent changes in government policy, Ofsted and legislation
    • • Professional advice from early years experts and key insights into childcare practice 
    • • Essential information and resources to help you develop your career and provide the best possible outcomes for the children in your care
    • • A great mix of professional features designed to inspire you and provide new ideas that can be put into practice straightaway
    • • A wide range of practical articles linked to all areas of development in the EYFS
    • • Regular contributions from the leading names in early years education

     

    As an early years or childcare professional, keen to provide the best outcomes for the children in your care, and ambitious to enhance your own professional development, these three early years publications are designed to help professionals like you.

     

    Nursery World, EYE and Practical Pre-School are all invaluable tools to support you in your practice and will ensure you are kept up to date with all the key developments in your profession.

     

    NB: this subscription also includes access to online content.

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