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Working with Parents - Close to home

How early years educators can engage with the people who are the most important and influential in young children’s lives – parents, carers and families. By Dr Stella Louis

Reading - Prime time

Educational neuroscientist Paul Howard-Jones tells Annette Rawstrone why reading is the most important skill we can teach to children

Common Conditions: Measles

Measles is a highly infectious viral illness. It is now uncommon in the UK due to the effectiveness of vaccination. However, since 2016, there has been a rise in cases because take-up of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine has fallen. The UK, therefore, no longer has ‘measles-free’ status.

All about… social isolation

Early years settings are helping to solve loneliness in their local areas by making links to isolated parents, older people, socially excluded teenagers and disadvantaged communities such as refugees. Meredith Jones Russell reports

Working with Parents - Do you read me?

Spotting when parents are struggling with literacy, and supporting their needs, are key to ensuring families are engaged in their children’s learning. By Annette Rawstrone

Over half of parents of young children feel lonely

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  • Thursday, November 28, 2019
More than half of parents with children under the age of five experience loneliness at least some of the time, with those on the lowest incomes twice as likely to be affected, according to new research.

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