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A concert pianist is to tour nurseries across the country next year to teach children about playing the piano.

Nurseries that highlight people's gender tend to promote stereotypical views in children, according to an American study.

The National Literacy Trust is inviting early years and nursery professionals working to support literacy to complete a ten-minute online survey.

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile results are to be published by school for the first time, under proposals in the Department for Education's five-year business plan.

Creativity in children's early years is vital for the country's future economic growth, a new report argues.

The best way to address children's desires and fears is to ask the children themselves, where taking risks is concerned, says Cyndy Hawkins.

Children from poor families are more than twice as likely to have behavioural problems at age three than those from wealthier backgrounds, a study by the University of Bristol has found.

The first action plan to improve literacy from early years through to adulthood has been developed by the Scottish government.

A research project carried out by Talk to Your Baby reveals that some parents feel silly or embarrassed talking to their babies, while many believe that communication is something that will happen of its own accord.

Boys are twice as likely to display serious behavioural problems as girls, according to a separate report from the Millennium Cohort Study.