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Encouraging parents to visit their children at nursery, be it to breastfeed or just for a cuddle, can have benefits for all, says Annette Rawstrone.
Young children can acquire more than one language without detriment to learning English and will enjoy greater self-esteem if carers outside the home respect their mother tongue. Anne O'Connor explains why
The importance of giving children vaccines is explained by NHS Immunisation Information.
A real-life case of infant meningitis told to Annette Rawstrone highlights how unpredictable and alarming the symptoms can be, and why nurseries need to have procedures in place.
Advice from the Meningitis Research Foundation
Try a simple way for parents to help carers find out what they need to know about their child, says Sara Teiger.
Early years practitioners engaged parents as partners by exploring schemas for personal, social and emotional development for a project in one London borough, described by Kate Miranda and Stella Louis
What practitioners can get from PEAL training, under a new remit, is explained by Karen Faux.
The factors that hinder parents are not the ones we usually think they are, according to a new study. Ruth Thomson takes a closer look.
The Parents as Partners in Early Learning project in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets concentrated on boys' development. Lesley Staggs describes the team's achievement.
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