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Racist attitudes damage the children who hold them as well as those on the receiving end. Jane Lane explains why we all need to understand this.

Families with disabled children have long struggled for access to support and inclusive services, but that should soon change under a new policy outlined by Kelly Hunt and Neil de Reybekill.

Make sure that your setting is getting the most out of your sensory room, says Nicola Phillips, hospital play specialist.

Having a dog on the staff team provides an added attraction for children at one nursery learning about its owner's disability. Annette Rawstrone reports.

Children who stammer will have their say in new information DVDs for the school workforce and special needs professionals, as Ruth Thomson finds out.

Should childcarers allow aggressive play, and where does the line have to be drawn? Elaine Lee considers the views of various professionals.

Poetry is portable in these suggestions for learning, sharing and having fun from Helen Bromley.

If a setting is to be a true 'extension of home', that must include displaying and respecting the artefacts important to various communities, from Christmas tree to chamsah, says Rachel Friedman.

When children are exposed to a wide range of thought-provoking experiences and encouraged to make their own decisions, they will take responsibility for their learning. Marion Dowling shows how.

Consulting children requires clear objectives and considerations of practical issues. Dr Neil de Reybekill and Lynn Beckett show how.

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