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Public Health England is stepping up its campaign to make breastfeeding in public more acceptable, with a collection of animated short films
Cultural and religious festivals are great for celebrating diversity, and there are few more enjoyable things to focus on than food. Snapdragons’ Mary Llewellin shares ideas for creative creations
The London Early Years Foundation is tackling obesity by creating a model of excellence - encompassing not only child health, but the attitudes of staff and parents. June O'Sullivan explains
With many root vegetables in season, Mary Llewellin offers some ideas for creative combinations
Nurseries are using external specialists to ensure they are offering food that meets nutritional standards. Nicole Weinstein looks at the options.
Elmscot Day Nursery and Nursery School's comprehensive approach to food offers an inspiring example of good practice, writes Ruth Thomson.
What does the new Ofsted framework mean for settings' approach to food. Annette Rawstrone reports
One children's centre has developed a course on enabling children to experiment with food, after its own success. Annette Rawstrone reports.
Running cookery classes for parents and carers is one way that nurseries can help promote healthy eating beyond the setting. Charlotte Goddard reports.
Letting children get stuck into the cooking process, and linked activities, has many benefits. Snapdragons' Mary Llewellin explains
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