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The early learning gap between children in poverty and their peers has widened in half of areas across England, according to new analysis.

Early years services must prioritise children’s cognitive development to combat income-related learning gaps, an early intervention charity has warned.

A parent's ability to tell when their baby finds something boring or funny - their 'mind-mindedness' - is a strong predictor of their child's early development, says Professor Elizabeth Meins

Dr Perkins, senior lecturer in childhood and family studies at the University of Wolverhampton, has conducted new research with the London Early Years Foundation on children’s attitudes to gender stereotypes with Tracey Edwards.

The Early Childhood Studies Degree Network (ECSDN) has issued an open call for papers for its research conference.

The gap between children on free school meals and their peers at the end of Reception has widened, updated data from the EYFS Profile shows.

Two- to three-year-olds’ expressive language is at a crucial stage. Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni explain what to expect and when you should be concerned

A storytelling programme can help reduce the literacy gap between girls and boys, according to new research.

The number of playgrounds across England is falling rapidly, according to new research.

Projects aimed at boosting home learning and improving training for professionals working with children with SEND, are among those that have been allocated a share of £18m in DfE funding.