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How are the financial difficulties facing some families affecting early years settings, and what are they doing to help, asks Meredith Jones Russell

CHIVES are grown for their pungent-smelling but mild-tasting leaves which can be chopped finely and mixed into a salad. They also have edible pink flowers that can make an attractive garnish.

After doing a nutrition course, room leader Lyndsay Black started educating parents on portion sizes. By Gabriella Jozwiak

Mental health in the early years has been pushed up the agenda. One nursery group is now paying for regular counselling for its staff. Meredith Jones Russell reports

How the Healthy Early Years London programme is benefiting children and staff in the capital. Meredith Jones Russell reports

It has become popular to blame ‘excessive hygiene’ for increases in the number of children with allergies, but the truth is quite different, finds Meredith Jones-Russell

Amid concerns that the quality of school meals is falling, charity programmes and initiatives at some schools are beacons of excellent provision, finds Charlotte Goddard

Following criticism of its obesity strategy, the Government added a second chapter earlier this year setting out new aims and commitments. Meredith Jones Russell reports

Nurseries based on farms are teaching children about where food comes from. Meredith Jones Russell speaks to some

Sharing meals with the whole family has many positive influences on young children, from good eating habits to sociability, explains Annette Rawstrone