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A Cambridge nursery has introduced babywearing to improve wellbeing for babies and staff.

An early years speech, language and communication training programme has been shown to speed up children’s development by five months, an independent evaluation has found.

A new international review of leave policies for parents shows the statutory offer in the UK is less generous than that of other European counties.

All babies born in Scotland will receive a Baby Box of essential items and a box that can be used as a safe place to sleep, in a move designed to tackle inequality and promote health.

There is no evidence that Finnish-style baby boxes prevent sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) or cot death, says the Lullaby Trust, which has raised concerns about their increasing popularity in the UK.

Nursery World sums up the key findings of the latest research from the Study of Early Education and Development.

All children benefit from early education and care from the age of two, with those from poorer backgrounds likely to benefit even more, a major new report out today shows.

The number of two-year-olds in nursery schools and nursery classes in primary schools has risen in the last three years.

Better Start projects in Bradford and Blackpool are raising awareness of the impact of too much stress during pregnancy.

A washing line with 15 babygrows pegged onto it to represent the number of babies that die every day in the UK, will tour London landmarks today (15 June) as part of a national campaign.