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Easy to eat, serve, and store, versatile, well-liked, available all year and often a bargain, apples can be the ideal fruit, says Mary Whiting.
Emma Comer and Meg Smith of Tall Trees Kindergarten go for Mediterranean
'Inclusion is a process of identifying, understanding and breaking down barriers to participation and belonging' - Early Childhood Forum (2003)
Childminders find great rewards in looking after children with special needs, says Louise Banks.
Everyday real-life activities such as making shopping lists are the most valuable way to encourage confident literacy skills, says Anne O'Connor.
Learn how to recognise asthma symptoms and care for affected children with advice from Asthma UK
Healthy Living in the Early Years Foundation Stage by Pat Brunton and Linda Thornton includes activities to help promote in young children an interest and awareness of different foods.
Easy, economical and quickly cooked, rice can be the basis of a wealth of exciting dishes, says Mary Whiting.
The detention of immigrant children awaiting deportation decisions should end, according to campaigners. Annette Rawstrone investigates.
Pilot projects are helping children with disabilities access quality care, finds Annette Rawstrone.
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