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Being able to make friends is easier for some than it is for others, but practitioners can help all children to form relationships. Marion Dowling explains how

In an extract from her book on understanding children’s behaviour, Cath Hunter explains some of the underlying reasons behind difficult behaviour and how it can best be managed by adults

The ‘epidemic’ requires a mix of early intervention and later support services, finds Charlotte Goddard

High-quality parenting programmes can support vulnerable people and their ability to parent. Charlotte Goddard profiles one such programme and the challenges facing this type of intervention

Nurture Groups offer children and young people with difficult emotional, social and behavioural needs a safe place within their school where their problems can be addressed. By Caroline Vollans

Boundaries, drawing the line, saying ‘no’ – it’s time to disentangle the terms, explains Caroline Vollans

Why do some children bite and what is the best way to deal with it? Penny Tassoni provides some helpful advice

Behaviour is an area of early years learning as important as any other. Annette Rawstrone finds out how some settings approach it

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