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Help parents overcome their own qualms as well as their child's with this advice from Annette Rawstrone.

Young children are not being taught properly how to care for their teeth, with potentially serious consequences. Ruth Thomson reports.

Having a child's parent attend the nursery, rather than just dropping in for a momentary visit, is bringing benefits for the children and for the nursery staff as well. Annette Rawstrone went to see.

Older people added a special ingredient to a nursery cookery project described by Veronica Broyd, headteacher at Kendal Nursery School in Cumbria.

Teddy bear, teddy bear, By Judith Stevens

How do you deal with the usual suspects, or the unexpectedly awkward? Annette Rawstrone spoke to practitioners at a community nursery school.

Children being offered too much salt are benefiting from a parent education project, reports Jackie Cosh.

Strategies to engage the third partner in the key person approach - the parent - as a child enters and settles in to nursery are explained in our continuing series on key caring by Anne O'Connor

Sharing a book creates a partnership between a young child and their carer that will promote their attention, social awareness and a habit of reading for pleasure. Anne O'Connor shows why. Photographs courtesy of Siren Films.

New mothers worried about the unexpected way they feel after the birth of a baby can be reassured by advice from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.