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Charlotte Goddard looks at the training and support available to early years practitioners responsible for children in the 18 to 36 months age group

How – and why – one setting created a library for two-year-olds and their parents. By Amina Khan, early childhood educator at Everton Nursery School and Family Centre in Liverpool

How research among parents in East London led to a new way of providing SEND services. By Annette Rawstrone

How doulas are providing valuable support to women in Bradford. By Meredith Jones Russell

A Baby Room Project in East Sussex is improving interactions with children under 18 months, report Laura Piper and Verity Green

The quality of adult-child interactions are critical to the well-being and brain development of a baby and young child. When an adult responds to a baby’s babbling, gestures or cries with sensitive eye-contact, words or a hug, this builds and strengthens the neural connections in a baby’s brain. Such interactions are referred to as ‘serve and return’.