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Just under three-quarters of parents would rather send their child to a nursery with an early years teacher than one without, new research suggests.

The ‘red book’, the paper-based personal child health record for under-fives, will be available online for London parents from April ahead of a national rollout.

When parents split up, practitioners can be pivotal in helping children feel secure and understand the situation. Annette Rawstrone explains what staff can do to help both children and parents

Saku Tuominen, creative director of HundrED, a mission from Finland to help schools change by sharing inspiring innovations in education

An experiment in Wales, filmed for a TV programme, took young children to spend time with elderly users of a day centre, in order to assess mutual benefits. Charlotte Goddard finds out what happened

Nicole Weinstein talks to two experts – I CAN’s Kate Freeman and local authority health advisor Joe Corcoran – to find out why moving straight to an open cup from a bottle is the healthiest, but not always the most practical, option

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In the latest in our series marking the tenth decades of Nursery World and Early Education, Tony Bertram reflects on the origins of nursery schools and the thoughts of Bertrand Russell

Tailoring practice to children’s needs, a skilled and experienced workforce, and an open and reflective culture are highlighted as key in new research on good practice in early education.

A pioneering regional early years theatre project aims to give more than 3,500 pre-school children the chance to develop their own theatre shows.