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How a therapy dog at one school in London helps children with autism – and others too. By Annette Rawstrone

What’s being done to tackle junk food advertising and its adverse effects on children’s health, asks Meredith Jones Russell

Radishes can be ready to harvest just four to eight weeks after sowing and their roots are delicious added to salads.

Annabelle Padwick is the founder of Life at No27, a non-profit organisation using plant-growing sessions in nurseries and schools to support children struggling with loneliness and mental and physical ill-health.

What is female genital mutilation and how can those who care for young children take action if they suspect it of happening? Caroline Vollans reports

How one setting helped a young boy begin to overcome his speech and language difficulties.

Taste and smell’s development in young children, and advice on supporting those with sensory problems. By Anne O’Connor and Dr Kath Dickinson in the final part in this series

What is sepsis and how can practitioners and parents spot the early warning signs? Meredith Jones Russell reports

Why it is important for early years settings to understand the particular issues for children with diverse cultural backgrounds by listening to them. Gina Houston explains her study findings

How can settings ensure that boys and girls are given equal and unbiased opportunity to take part in all activities? Caroline Vollans reports on the Gender Action approach