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A Unique Child Inclusion: Calling all men

When one children's centre wanted children's fathers and male relatives to come along and join in the activities, they made FUDGE - a session just for them. Annette Rawstrone heard all about it.

Lockdown life: Reasons to be cheerful?

While some families are struggling during the coronavirus lockdown, many others are enjoying the extra time spent together, the slower pace of life and getting to know each other better

A Unique Child: home culture - Worlds apart?

To understand a child's home culture, early years educators need to look beyond the superficial, such as food and dress, to parents' ways of thinking, attitudes to behaviour and long-term aspirations for their children, says Opal Dunn

Government-funded report focuses on early intervention to help children with SEN

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  • Wednesday, January 2, 2013
The recommendations of the Better Communication Research Programme (BCRP), the largest ever programme of research into children's speech, language and communication services in the UK, put an emphasis on early intervention, close involvement of families and joint commissioning of services across education, health and social care to support children with speech, language and communication needs.

A Unique Child: Inclusion: A guiding hand

The Family Nurse Partnership programme, currently being piloted across the UK, is taking vulnerable, young first-time mothers under its wing. Annette Rawstrone assesses the positive impacts of the scheme.

A Unique Child: Inclusion - At a loss

Large numbers of infants are being taken into care due to the repeat pregnancies of their vulnerable mothers. Annette Rawstrone reports on a new scheme designed to break the cycle

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