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Children may remain emotionally affected long after an accident. Annette Rawstrone hears how.

Nursery staff working with the key person approach may feel overwhelmed at times by their own emotions in the course of their job. Penelope Leach PhD has advice on how to cope.

After early years consultant Sandy Green was diagnosed with cancer, she wrote a story for her young grandchildren in the hope that it would make the changes, and the 'unknown', less alarming for them.

Observant practitioners explored how they could follow children's interests to extend their thinking and learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage, as Di Chilvers shows.

Children in nurseries are being served less healthy food than those in schools, as an extensive new report shows. Simon Vevers reports.

Contrasts, and cause and effect, are just some of the concepts within the learning to be found in an investigation of 'wet' and 'dry' by Carole Skinner, Fran Mosley and Sheila Ebbutt.

Practitioners put their ears to the ground when thinking how to promote language development, as Nicola Hutton and Laura Leddy explain.

Early years practitioners are themselves part of the provision in any setting. Anne O'Connor outlines their role in and responsibility in promoting learning.

Mothers bond with each other as well as their babies in sessions at a children's centre informed by expert talks. Annette Rawstrone reports.

Burnwood Nursery School has cut dramatically its number of children on the special needs register. Head teacher Juliet Levingstone explains how, in the second of a series on Stoke-on-Trent's nursery schools.