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Researchers have found that responses to babies' first gestures have a direct effect on their language development.

A nationwide shortage of ‘10,000 trained nursery teachers’ is putting a quarter of a million children at risk of falling behind, a charity claims.

Meeting the emotional and learning needs of the unique child

Trust and respect – both between children and practitioners, and parents and practitioners – are central to effective early years practice and pedagogy, explains Kathryn Solly

By understanding how the body responds to stress, early years workers can nurture young children's future well-being, says Dr Janet Rose.

A policy statement released by the American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP) recommends further reductions in the amount of time infants, toddlers and pre-school age children spend in front of a screen.

The EYFS Profile will continue to be used for the 2017-18 academic year, the education secretary has confirmed.

The Science Museum has opened its largest interactive gallery.

In the fourth part of our series marking Early Education and Nursery World's tenth decades, Kathryn Solly and Sue Allingham reflect on the contribution of Susan Isaacs

Children at schools supported by the education charity Achievement for All are closing the gap with their peers in reading, writing and maths, according to an independent review.