FORUM Volume 60 (2018) Issue 3

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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Better Beginnings

Editorial. Better Beginnings: an early years special issue, pages 267‑270
RACHEL MARKS, PATRICK YARKER Free to download

Reading I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen. Encounters over Seven Months: one child, one book, one adult, pages 271‑278
JENIFER SMITH Free to download

In Search of Bold Beginnings: 'good early education', ethics and moral responsibility, pages 279‑288
AGNIESZKA BATES

Still Not Listening? Ofsted’s Influence on the Shape of the Reception Year, the Teaching of Early Years Reading in England, and Other Concerns from an Early Years Perspective, pages 289‑300
WENDY SCOTT

Bold Assertions: a comment on the Bold Beginnings debate, pages 313‑316
COLIN RICHARDS

Mathematics in the Early Years: a bolder start, pages 317‑326
MARY BRIGGS

Bold Beginnings and the Rhetoric of 'School Readiness', pages 327‑336
LOUISE KAY

Reading in the Reception Classroom, pages 337‑344
JOHN HODGSON

Bold Beginnings: what is at stake?, pages 345‑354
HELEN TRELFORD

Terrorism in the Nursery: considering the implications of the British Values discourse and the Prevent duty requirements in early years education, pages 355‑364
EVE LUMB

Bold Beginnings or Pressure from the Start?, pages 365‑374
LAURA WILLIAMS

The Value of Inexperience: young teachers in post-2010 English education policy, pages 375‑386
KATHRYN SPICKSLEY

Turning the Tide on 'Coercive Autonomy': learning from the Antidote story, pages 387‑396
JAMES PARK

On the Promise and Poverty of Quality Teaching, pages 397‑405
MICHAEL FIELDING

BOOK AND FILM REVIEWS, pages 409‑419

Simplistic Beginnings? The Invisibility of Sustained Shared Thinking in Ofsted Advice Documents, pages 301312‑
PAM JARVIS

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