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Families of disabled children can find the festive period less stressful if they take take a different approach to typical Christmas celebrations. Rachael Clark and Katherine Runswick-Cole, both parents of disabled children, explain how

How one nursery and key worker care for a child with cerebral palsy is described by Sue Learner.

JOINT WINNERS: Butterworth Family Childcare and Education Team, Bury and Bellingham Community Nursery Group, London

To understand a child's home culture, early years educators need to look beyond the superficial, such as food and dress, to parents' ways of thinking, attitudes to behaviour and long-term aspirations for their children, says Opal Dunn

Supporting a child and parent who have Spanish as their first language was a new experience for Nicola Bushell and Hayley Cannell, joint managers of Oakey Dokeys Pre-School in Essex.

In the national year of communication, research by Nursery World and the National Literacy Trust shows the early years sector to be highly motivated, but in need of more support.

How do you distinguish between children who are shy or 'just very quiet' or those who may have selective mutism? Maggie Johnson and Michael Jones offer advice for practitioners.

A nursery that said 'no problem' when a mother sought a place for her brain-damaged child has made all the difference to the family, says Sue Learner - and the staff and children have benefited too.

Let the home language into the nursery for children communicating bilingually, says Helen Moylett

Nurseries should echo society's diversity and combat biased attitudes. Mary Evans explains how.