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A Unique Child: Inclusion - At a loss

Large numbers of infants are being taken into care due to the repeat pregnancies of their vulnerable mothers. Annette Rawstrone reports on a new scheme designed to break the cycle

A Unique Child: Opening up

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

All in all...gay marriage proposals

Dr Katherine Runswick-Cole outlines some of the implications for settings of the Government's 'gay marriage' plans in the first of her new column on inclusive practice.

A Unique Child: home culture - Worlds apart?

To understand a child's home culture, early years educators need to look beyond the superficial, such as food and dress, to parents' ways of thinking, attitudes to behaviour and long-term aspirations for their children, says Opal Dunn

A unique child: Resilience: Staying strong

Early years practitioners can do much to help children living amid domestic violence to develop resilience and see that there are other ways for people to relate to each other, writes Karen Stephens.

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