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Eradicating racism in the early years sector

Dr Sharon Curtis and Jane Lane, on behalf of a group of early years participants, say that there is still much to be done to tackle racism in the early years sector and call on everyone involved to take action now

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

Closing the gap in Malawi

Malawi is one of the least developed countries in the world, with half the population living below the poverty line. In the first of a series, Anita Soni reports on one research project which has been set up to try to improve the outcomes of children with and without disabilities in the country

Inclusion - Taking control

How can settings cater to the unique needs of children with Prader-Willi syndrome and reassure their parents? Annette Rawstrone reports

Inclusion - Reaching out

A project to upskill practitioners’ SEND knowledge saw children’s outcomes improve, says Achieving for Children’s Rob Dembrey

All about… social isolation

Early years settings are helping to solve loneliness in their local areas by making links to isolated parents, older people, socially excluded teenagers and disadvantaged communities such as refugees. Meredith Jones Russell reports

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