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Health & Nutrition - Going hungry

With food insecurity that rose during the pandemic set to continue for many families, Meredith Jones Russell reports on the crisis and asks what help is available

Outdoors: Key 2 - All aboard!

Professor Jan White looks at how to ensure that parents are fully on board with your outdoor provision, in the second part of her series

Inclusion - Seeing the child

How taking a course on supporting children’s additional support needs can improve practitioners’ knowledge. By Dr Jackie Musgrave, Sarah Burton and Joanne Gibson

Using art therapy to heal trauma

Caroline Vollans discovers how a community art project founded in the wake of the Grenfell Fire disaster has helped local children and their parents to process the tragedy and work towards wellbeing.

Health & Nutrition - Eat your greens

Children are naturally averse to eating unfamiliar vegetables, but there are tactics that families and practitioners can use to encourage them. Meredith Jones Russell reports

Potty Training - Good to go

With more children wearing nappies for longer, what do early years practitioners need to know about potty training? Annette Rawstrone reports on the reasons for the trend and practical ways to help children become successfully toilet-trained

Health - Taking the strain

The mental health of new fathers is rarely assessed as part of ante- or postnatal care. With dads’ depression on the rise, this needs to change, finds Meredith Jones Russell

Health & Nutrition - Field to fork

A food ethos which encourages quality, independence and an understanding of the origins of what we eat bagged one setting first prize at the Nursery World Awards earlier this year. Meredith Jones Russell reports

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