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How one setting helped a young boy begin to overcome his speech and language difficulties.

Taste and smell’s development in young children, and advice on supporting those with sensory problems. By Anne O’Connor and Dr Kath Dickinson in the final part in this series

Why it is important for early years settings to understand the particular issues for children with diverse cultural backgrounds by listening to them. Gina Houston explains her study findings

How can settings ensure that boys and girls are given equal and unbiased opportunity to take part in all activities? Caroline Vollans reports on the Gender Action approach

How can settings be understanding of and open to children and staff’s different cultures, asks Gabriella Jozwiak

Parents, disabled children, young people and professionals will take to the streets in 26 locations across the country today to declare a national funding crisis in special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) provision.

How sight and hearing work, their effects on children’s development, and spotting problems. By Anne O’Connor and Dr Kath Dickinson

How can early years settings help stop children being disadvantaged by racial bias? By Gabriella Jozwiak

Deaf children face isolation and loneliness as more than half of British adults do not feel confident talking to them, according to new figures.

Funding for children with special educational needs has failed to keep pace with the rise in demand for provision, according to the National Education Union.

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