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One children's centre delights in providing challenge for a child with Down Syndrome.

A project involving two Kirklees schools has proved the value of involving local stakeholders in determining strategies for improving the learning of disadvantaged children.

Dr Raj Thakkar describes the different types of epilepsy, and the causes, treatment and monitoring of the condition.

Ann Langston, who contributed to the development of Birth to Three Matters, explains its format, history and importance and tells us why it should be dusted down and put back on the shelf as recommended reading for practitioners as they get ready to implement the revised EYFS.

The RLSB aspires to ensure 'life without limits for blind young people'. The under-fives who attend Dorton House Nursery are proof that the charity is achieving its objectives, says Sue Learner.

It is vital parents and carers of children with this devastating condition understand its complications, says Dr Raj Thakkar.

The 'Know How' guide will see you through the progress check at two, says Susan Soar, development officer, National Children's Bureau.

Designed to be used in everyday practice, the revised developmental grids give guidance on planning and 'how' children learn, says Helen Moylett, principal consultant, Early Learning Consultancy

The EAL requirements reveal a lack of knowledge about how language is learned, say early years consultants Tricia Carroll and Anne O'Connor.

Lisa Massingham is delighted with the progress her two-year-old daughter, who has Sturge-Weber Syndrome, has made since she started nursery, she tells Sue Learner.