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Children speaking different languages, or very little at all, learn to communicate happily at a nursery visited by Annette Rawstrone.

A unique structured therapy programme is changing the prospects of nursery children with speech and language delay. Ruth Thomson reports.

Disorders in physical co-ordination could be avoided by early years practitioners giving children simple exercises, as Mary Evans reports.

An early years project aiming to promote inclusion through the creative arts challenged everyone's thinking. Louise Jackson explains how.

Burnwood Nursery School has cut dramatically its number of children on the special needs register. Head teacher Juliet Levingstone explains how, in the second of a series on Stoke-on-Trent's nursery schools.

Well-meaning early years settings may provide dolls like disabled children for the sake of inclusive practice, but it could end up doing more harm than good, as Mary Evans hears from the experts.

Specially designed story sacks can engage children who have special educational needs who might otherwise miss out, says Viv Hampshire.

Children born with cleft lips or palates can undergo surgery throughout their early years, and staff need to know how best to offer them support, says Viv Hampshire.

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.