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For parents unsure about the school application process, events offering guidance can be invaluable, says the Children Centre Teacher Team from the Birth to Five Service at Lincolnshire County Council.

Norfolk's Story Cafe programme is proving a hugely effective way of engaging parents in their children's learning. Programme developers Julie Westrop and Mandy Lowe and teacher Nicky Hudson offer some insight into how they are making it a success.

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

The triangle of mother, child and childcarer has always been complex, says Katherine Holden in Nanny Knows Best - The History of the British Nanny.

Working in partnership with parents is vital for responding effectively to children's needs. Sue Chambers offers guidance on building relations .

A project in Cornwall has been aiming to improve the care of children by building stronger relationships between practitioners and parents. Tracey Griffiths reports on its progress.

A summer group has been addressing concerns about beginning school, explains the children centre teacher team from the Birth to Five Service, Lincolnshire County Council

It is vital for settings to build positive relationships with parents in order for them to feel included in their children's growth and development, as a new resource for practitioners from Children in Scotland explains.

A project tailored to the needs of reception children is improving achievement and attainment, says the children centre teacher team from the Birth to Five Service, Lincolnshire County Council

A team of nursery nurses is benefiting newborns, their families and the NHS. Ruth Thomson visits.