Toxic stress in childhood occurs when children face severe, prolonged or repeated adverse events without the support of a caregiver to help them develop a normal stress response.
A four-part series in which Marion Dowling explores aspects of children's personal development.
This 12-part series by Penny Tassoni, renowned early years expert, author and trainer, offers invaluable advice on all aspects of learning, development and behaviour of two-year-old children.
A three-part series by Marion Dowling explains why PSED is the top priority for supporting children to grow and learn.
A guide to understanding how young children think and how best to support their developing skills, by Marion Dowling.
Organisation of the learning day is key to offering children an appropriate balance between child-led and adult-led learning, explains author and adviser Julie Fisher in the final article in this series
To prepare young children for life spent increasingly online, parents and early years practitioners need to monitor their web use and lead by example, writes John Bolton
The spiritual dimension of life is a challenging aspect of early years development, but a vital one to emphasise, says Marion Dowling.
Early years practitioners must take care to indulge and maintain the natural motivation that children show from babyhood, says Marion Dowling.
Young children need to learn to identify and verbalise their feelings with the help of adults who can empathise with them, says Marion Dowling.
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