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Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni explain what can be done to help children with English as an additional language

A programme that sees teenagers mentor nursery children is having positive effects for both sides. By Annette Rawstrone

Gabriella Jozwiak introduces the first part of a new series on managing inclusion, with a look at what the term means in context, and a guide to the legal requirements

How one nursery in the West Midlands helped a Punjabi-speaking girl become a confident talker in English before moving on to school. By Annette Rawstrone

How one Bright Horizons nursery in London helped to settle in a 12-month-old who had just moved to the UK with her Indian family. By Annette Rawstrone

At London setting Tuffkid – from the Hebrew word meaning ‘purpose’ – children with SEND flourish alongside their mainstream peers, explains Annette Rawstrone

What are the developmental impacts on children of being born prematurely, and how are schools accommodating their needs? Charlotte Goddard reports

How the practitioners at one nursery group have become confident in supporting the needs of visually impaired children. By Annette Rawstrone

In order to spot speech problems, practitioners need to know what children should be able to say for their age group, explain Penny Tassoni and Anne-Marie Tassoni

Children with SEND should not be excluded from activities that challenge them. Annette Rawstrone looks at the options