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Development of the vestibular sense – and addressing over- and under-sensitivity – is explored by Anne O’Connor and Dr Kath Dickinson in part two of this new series

How doulas are providing valuable support to women in Bradford. By Meredith Jones Russell

Motivation to learn about the world begins in infancy and can be encouraged or suppressed by the experiences that adults provide.

Onions are easy to grow from baby onions, which are called sets. While you can buy seeds, sets are less prone to disease and more likely to provide good crops in poorer soils.

Supporting the learning of introverted children means first getting to know them and being sensitive to their needs, explains Nicola Stobbs

With few language skills and problems socialising and taking part in activities, Hamza required dedicated and ongoing help from his nursery, finds Annette Rawstrone

How the Healthy Early Years London programme is benefiting children and staff in the capital. Meredith Jones Russell reports

Sensory experiences are vital to healthy brain development, explain Anne O’Connor and Dr Kath Dickinson in part one of a new series

The quality of adult-child interactions are critical to the well-being and brain development of a baby and young child. When an adult responds to a baby’s babbling, gestures or cries with sensitive eye-contact, words or a hug, this builds and strengthens the neural connections in a baby’s brain. Such interactions are referred to as ‘serve and return’.

Garlic is simple and popular to grow in a nursery.