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How does the integrated review combine the Progress Check, Ages & Stages and the Healthy Child Review, and what do the different perspectives bring to the table? Dr Kay Mathieson explains

Play can be an useful tool in fostering social and emotional development in children. In an extract from her new book, Penny Tassoni looks at what practitioners need to think about

An inclusive programme is developing parents’ self-esteem and family relationships by looking at the importance of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Annette Rawstrone explains

As one of the professionals closest to a child, with a responsibility for building a strong relationship with parents, the key person is crucial to an effective integrated review. Dr Kay Mathieson explains

Reviewing record-keeping processes with special educational needs in mind can help practitioners better support all children, says Dr Kay Mathieson.

Children born in the summer are at a potential disadvantage when they start school, research shows. Charlotte Goddard looks at what you need to know

In the first article in a seven-part series on the Early Years Pupil Premium, Charlotte Goddard explores how settings are closing the attainment gap through investment in staff.

In the first instalment in a new series on the integrated review, Dr Kay Mathieson looks at why the process is a key opportunity to improve relationships with parents and carers.

A Christian nursery worker sacked for comments about homosexuality recently won a case against her employer. So are equality and discrimination mutually exclusive? Katy Morton finds out.

Early years practitioners know that part of their job is reducing the disadvantage gap. But what do they really think of poor children? Dr Donald Simpson, who has led a two-year study into practitioners'perceptions of poverty, reports.