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Getting the right amount of sleep at home and in settings is essential to children’s well-being. Nicole Weinstein offers some tips and resources

Childminder Hannah Rosalie hit the headlines this month for her ‘Scandi’ approach, with children having naps outside.

Violent play is often disturbing, but if managed properly it can be a useful outlet for some children. By Charlotte Goddard

Politeness and manners are a concern for parents, but the meaning and intention behind ‘please’, ‘thank you’ and ‘sorry’ must be taught, not just the words themselves, says Caroline Vollans

Our seminar on laughter and humour in early childhood is sure to prove enjoyable and informative.

Researchers at the University of Manchester are looking for parents and children to take part in a study looking at the benefits of reading together.

More than 1,700 academics, Reception and nursery teachers, early years practitioners, parents, headteachers, union leaders, and MPs have signed a letter expressing concern about Ofsted’s Bold Beginnings report.

Dr Aderin-Pocock is referred to as the BBC’s ‘face of space’. She presents The Sky at Night and regularly appears on science and non-science programmes. She tells us about her education.

Spatial reasoning skills are critical to early learning, particularly in mathematics, and need to be supported by engaging children’s entire bodies. Dr Jennifer S Thom explains why

Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, presenter of the BBC's The Sky at Night, is leading How children learn: inspiring, supporting, teaching.