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Ten per cent of babies need some form of neonatal care. Gabriella Jozwiak finds out about a career that has challenges and rewards in equal measure

The sector is struggling to develop staff teams that meet the needs of two-year-olds, though some are making great strides. Annette Rawstrone talks to one nursery about its road to Outstanding

How does the integrated review combine the Progress Check, Ages & Stages and the Healthy Child Review, and what do the different perspectives bring to the table? Dr Kay Mathieson explains

Public Health England is stepping up its campaign to make breastfeeding in public more acceptable, with a collection of animated short films

As one of the professionals closest to a child, with a responsibility for building a strong relationship with parents, the key person is crucial to an effective integrated review. Dr Kay Mathieson explains

Two-year-olds can present a range of challenging behaviours. Annette Rawstrone considers how practitioners might work with parents to help both parties better manage this period of development

Baby rooms in the UK still tend to be the forgotten part of the nursery. What does this provision look like abroad, and can different approaches offer new ideas? Charlotte Goddard investigates.

A former primary school head is now helping new mothers struggling with breastfeeding their newborns. Gabriella Jozwiak hears what the job involves.

Why is breastfeeding so important? Alison Burton, maternity and early years lead at Public Health England, explains.

The new review, bringing together two separate assessments from early years and health, is being rolled out this month. Charlotte Goddard provides an overview of what practitioners need to know.