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Treating males and females as equal is not always easy in early years settings dealing with an unbalanced workforce and families' different cultural beliefs, says Anne O'Connor.
Successful early intervention for thousands of infants demonstrates the value of the Newborn Hearing Screening Programme, says Ruth Thomson.
Teaching young children to overcome bias and challenge prejudice is a process that must start with early years practitioners reflecting on their own attitudes, says Anne O'Connor.
'... my child has a fever, but there's no rash, so at least she doesn't have meningitis ...'
For a nursery on a budget - or any nursery that wishes to serve good healthy food - pulses can be a godsend, writes Mary Whiting
Emma Comer and Meg Smith of Tall Trees Kindergarten offer multicultural recipes
Mary Dickins is an early years consultant (All Together Consultancy/London Met. University)
How do early years settings cater for exceptionally able children? Mary Evans hears from two of them.
The private talk a child engages in while playing is a tool in their language development, with a lot to tell practitioners, says Anne O'Connor.
'I'm worried my grandchild has that killer E. Coli bug, doctor!'
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