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Noticing what a baby is attending to, and then talking to them about it, boosts language development. By Dr Danielle Matthews, Dr Michelle McGillion and Professor Julian Pine

The revamped Mencap Children’s Centre in Northern Ireland provides a range of essential specialist learning disability services. By Karen Faux

The increasingly popular BASE Babywatching programme aims to boost children’s empathy in order to tackle violence in schools and beyond. Griselda Kellie-Smith and Andrea Perry explain how it works

Funding from the Early Years Pupil Premium led to a Natural Explorers project in Hackney that benefited the whole nursery and children’s centre, write Lisa Clarke and Fran Paffard

In an extract from her latest book, Reducing Educational Disadvantage, Penny Tassoni explains how varied positive, adult-supported experiences can boost children’s learning and development

One school in West Yorkshire is using the Early Years Pupil Premium to fund drama sessions led by a performance artist, writes Helen Chilton

In the final part of our series on the Integrated Review, Kay Mathieson examines how it brings together parents, EY practitioners and health professionals to provide an in-depth view of progress

The ‘epidemic’ requires a mix of early intervention and later support services, finds Charlotte Goddard

In recent years, multi-agency working has become formalised. Hannah Crown looks beyond the early years to what we can learn from national models, such as MASHs and A Better Start

In the final part of this series, Mary Dickins explores the evidence showing how poverty affects well-being