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It's clear that nurseries and childminders benefit the majority of children, regardless of background,says Professor Edward Melhuish, lead author of the latest SEED research
Feeding and sleeping are probably the most emotive aspects of being a new parent, with the potential for guilt, distress and anger all possible in the sometimes bewildering struggle to do your best to take care of a young infant.
Liz Roberts finds out why it's good to slow down and sing with babies
While there was a lot to celebrate in Ofsted's annual early years report, Sir Michael Wilshaw's drive for more of the poorest twos in schools is more of a challenge, says Penny Tassoni
Our approach to love needs attention, says Dr Jools Page, director of the MA in Early Childhood Education (UK and Malta), University of Sheffield.
The prime and specific areas must be woven together from the beginning, says Nancy Stewart, principal consultant at Early Learning Consultancy.
At Nursery World we have devoted much time, effort and space to publishing really high-quality advice about providing the best services for two-year-olds under the Government's programme.
Tim Loughton MP calls for cross-party support and a policy rethink on supporting children in their earliest days, as a new report is launched
Staff in baby rooms deserve our support to provide the best for young children, say Dr Kathy Goouch and Dr Sacha Powell
Five-month-old Lizzie has her first teeth - and her first toothbrush.
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