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In the second of a two-part series on pre-term babies, Anne O'Connor considers what practitioners need to know in order to provide quality support to children and families.
A staff development project has been improving support for families affected by substance misuse. Ruth Thomson takes a closer look.
Head teacher Barbara Kenny explains how Persona Doll Training has had a big impact on promoting inclusion and well-being in her nursery
Birthdays and celebrations provide a challenge when it comes to healthy eating. Nicole Weinstein considers how to get the balance right.
What are the signs of developmental co-ordination disorder, and how can we help children who have it? Dyspraxia Foundation chair Michele Lee explains.
With the number of young carers on the rise, high levels of professional understanding and quality support are crucial. Annette Rawstrone reports.
An innovative project that has reached 120 local settings is boosting the language development of two-year-olds, says Liverpool City Council's Colette Bentley.
Practitioners should work closely with parents of adopted children who will often have a history of upheaval and trauma, says Anne O'Connor.
Raising awareness of participation and Inclusion in our pre-school is essential to good practice, say Nicola Bushell and Hayley Cannell of Oakey Dokeys Pre-School in Essex.
Practitioners work hard to adapt their environments to make them inclusive to children with chronic medical conditions, Jackie Musgrave finds.
- Inclusion (14)
- Practice (11)
- A unique child (10)
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- Working with parents (3)
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- Families (1)
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- Music and rhymes (1)
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