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Early years practitioners have a vital role to play in developing healthy sleeping habits for the babies and young children in their care. Jackie Hardie explains her nursery’s approach

How should practitioners deal with a child who is always angry and is making life difficult for everyone at the setting? Cath Hunter explores some strategies both for nursery and for home

A snippet of Nursery World history and years of sound advice to parents are revealed in a new book about Susan Isaacs

How ‘A Better Start’ is improving outcomes for children in Blackpool, Bradford, Southend, Nottingham and Lambeth. By Charlotte Goddard

Is your nursery space working for or against gender diversity? Dr Jen Lyttleton-Smith examines why promoting gender diversity and avoiding stereotypical roles is important when working with young children, and how settings can change their practice and environment for the better

To improve their relationships with kinship carers, and to help make these people feel less isolated, practitioners should understand their particular challenges. By Nicola Stobbs and Alison Prowle

How does the ability to form and retrieve memories develop in children, why is it important to early learning, and how can adults help to stimulate it? Anne O’Connor reports

Ahead of next month’s Anti-Bullying Week, Caroline Vollans examines what bullying behaviour actually is and shows how practitioners can encourage children’s kindness and co-operation

What are the best ways to encourage children’s inherent interest in nature? Penny Tassoni offers some tips for autumn and beyond

Dealing with conflict is an important life skill, so practitioners must weigh up when to step in and provide a solution – and when to let the children sort it out for themselves, explains Nicola Watson