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In this extract from her new Practical EYFS Handbook, Penny Tassoni outlines ways of building confidence and self-awareness in children aged 0-11 months.

Some sugars are more harmful than others. Nicole Weinstein offers a guide to the different kinds and how to limit children's intake.

Provided by Tristian Strover, chef at Tootsies Day Nursery, Farnham, Surrey

'I am a Unique Child. I am Two. What I can do' is a Wokingham-wide assessment tool developed in response to settings' anxieties over the Progress Check at Two. The success of the new resources lie in a joint working party, explains the Council's early years team.

Supplied by Snapdragons Nursery, Bath, winner of this year's Nursery World food award

Providing children with the highest quality, locally sourced food and educating them about where it comes from are the main aims of this year's winner of the Nursery World food award. Nicole Weinstein reports.

All good early years settings know the importance of a healthy, balanced diet for under-fives, but standards vary. Annie Seeley and Jane Harrison provide top-line tips to holistic food provision.

With so many variables affecting children's appetites, setting portion sizes for mealtimes can be a challenge. Nicole Weinstein considers the guidance.

Supplied by Janis Crutch, chef and co-owner of Little Monkey's Nursery, Windsor

The needs of parents who are deaf and their children who can hear tend to be overlooked by the early years sector. But there are examples of good practice out there, as Mary Evans has discovered