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How should practitioners deal with a child who is always angry and is making life difficult for everyone at the setting? Cath Hunter explores some strategies both for nursery and for home

A snippet of Nursery World history and years of sound advice to parents are revealed in a new book about Susan Isaacs

Learning about position involves fun, physical activities and will get you and your child out and about, explains Juliet Robertson

A child who is always feeling unwell or hurt when they have no physical cause to be may need emotional support, explains Cath Hunter

How to give your children a sense of time. Juliet Robertson begins a new series

The child who always wants to please is evidently kind and caring, but this behaviour could be masking low self-esteem and other problems that need to be addressed, explains Cath Hunter

To improve their relationships with kinship carers, and to help make these people feel less isolated, practitioners should understand their particular challenges. By Nicola Stobbs and Alison Prowle

Ahead of next month’s Anti-Bullying Week, Caroline Vollans examines what bullying behaviour actually is and shows how practitioners can encourage children’s kindness and co-operation

Dealing with conflict is an important life skill, so practitioners must weigh up when to step in and provide a solution – and when to let the children sort it out for themselves, explains Nicola Watson

In Glasgow, an ‘Approved by Dads’ training programme is getting men – many of them fathers – into the childcare profession, to the benefit of participants, settings and children, finds Annette Rawstrone