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The benefits of lunchtimes go far beyond simple nutrition - so it makes sense to offer them to funded twos, argues senior LEYF associate Sue Chambers.
Dr Katherine Runswick-Cole looks at the implications of Drummer Lee Rigby's murder
With the number of young carers on the rise, high levels of professional understanding and quality support are crucial. Annette Rawstrone reports.
Evidence suggests too much salt can be harmful to children. Nicole Weinstein asks what settings can do.
Practitioners should work closely with parents of adopted children who will often have a history of upheaval and trauma, says Anne O'Connor.
Nutrition is an ongoing challenge for nurseries. But groups are taking some innovative approaches to help encourage healthy eating among children and their families. Nicole Weinstein reports.
Practitioners work hard to adapt their environments to make them inclusive to children with chronic medical conditions, Jackie Musgrave finds.
The economic incentives offered to encourage mothers to return to work ignore the parent's crucial role in the early years, Sally Goddard Blythe believes
When a young child is reluctant to eat, it is important not to let mealtimes become a battleground. Mary Evans suggests strategies.
Using songs to develop culturally responsive practice was part of a project run by Parents Early Education Partnership.
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