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The Government has announced plans for a new law requiring nurseries to train more practitioners in first aid. Ruth Stokes looks at the practical implications, and how to prepare.

Children with parents in prison have a unique set of challenges to contend with, but the right sort of help targeted at prisoner families can have a positive impact on their futures. Ruth Stokes looks at some of the difficulties families face and what is being done to combat them.

What happens if a serious allegation of wrongdoing is made against a member of a nursery's staff? Charlotte Goddard and Hannah Crown provide a legal overview and explore the thorny issues.

What do you need to know about domestic abuse? By Public Health England

Jacqui Mann on navigating tricky waters between Ofsted and employment law

Children in care have complex needs. Jackie Cosh reviews the guidance and legislation relevant to nurseries, plus training options.

With children at risk of sexual abuse from a very young age, it is vital that practitioners are aware of the signs. Elaine Hook offers some guidance.

The revised EYFS, which is now in force, has implications for safeguarding policy. NDNA early years advisor Fiona Bland explains the changes in the context of safeguarding best practice.

The introduction of multi-agency safeguarding hubs staffed by a pool of professionals is creating a joined-up, more responsive approach to child protection, as Gabriella Jozwiak reports.

A staff development project has been improving support for families affected by substance misuse. Ruth Thomson takes a closer look.