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Find out about the latest research into early brain development at Nursery World North.

An early learning project that uses the children's television characters to help refugee children displaced by conflict to overcome trauma has been shortlisted for a $100m (£80m) grant from a Chicago-based charitable foundation.

Links between the life of John Bowlby and his theory of attachment are explored in a free new exhibition at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

How Emmi Pikler’s approach to care-giving for the under-threes can be incorporated into modern best practice at settings and at home. By Dorothy Marlen

A new report outlines what nurseries and childminders can do to close the gap in maths attainment for children, especially for those from less privileged backgrounds.

A new training programme to help parents better understand the needs of three- to seven-year-olds launches next month.

Bath will be hosting the first International Festival of Childhood, promising thought-provoking talks and presentations on the latest global research on child health and wellbeing.

Policymakers should not ‘shy away’ from telling mothers and fathers how to be good parents, the Social Mobility Commission has stated.

John Simmonds argues that mental health support should be extended to early years as a priority.

A nursery in St Albans has treated its children to a newly developed sensory room and bespoke wellbeing activities as part of Feeling Good Week.