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Winner - Mulberry Bush Nursery, Walshaw
Winner - St Paul's Community Development Trust/Balsall Heath Children's Centre, Balsall Heath, Birmingham
The needs of parents who are deaf and their children who can hear tend to be overlooked by the early years sector. But there are examples of good practice out there, as Mary Evans has discovered
The first children's centre in the country to achieve 'Outstanding' in every category of its Ofsted inspection has celebrated ten years of innovation and excellence. Rafiquel Islam explains its success
One children's centre delights in providing challenge for a child with Down Syndrome.
How can parents find out more about the EYFS Framework and help their child's learning? The new parents guide to the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework offers a helping hand, says Sue Robb, head of early years, 4Children.
A project involving two Kirklees schools has proved the value of involving local stakeholders in determining strategies for improving the learning of disadvantaged children.
Resources originally designed to support special educational needs can be beneficial for all young children, says Anne O'Connor.
The RLSB aspires to ensure 'life without limits for blind young people'. The under-fives who attend Dorton House Nursery are proof that the charity is achieving its objectives, says Sue Learner.
The EAL requirements reveal a lack of knowledge about how language is learned, say early years consultants Tricia Carroll and Anne O'Connor.
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