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How one nursery in the West Midlands helped a Punjabi-speaking girl become a confident talker in English before moving on to school. By Annette Rawstrone

How adults communicate non-verbally with children aged three to five has a profound effect on self-esteem and self-belief, explains Charlotte Goddard

The ever-popular subject of children's behaviour gets a new twist at the Nursery World Show 2019 in our seminar on Friday 1 February.

Professor Paul Howard-Jones, known for his work on popular TV show 'The Secret Life of 4-Year-olds', is leading our neuroscience Masterclass at the Nursery World Show 2019.

Rosendale Primary School in Lambeth has taken part in a project encouraging children to move more and be more active by embracing technology.

Nurseries, schools and colleges will be able to gain a new award designed to tackle gender stereotypes.

Dr Ryde led a study exploring how The Daily Mile, an initiative that encourages nurseries and primary schools to take children outside to run 15 minutes every day, has been successfully implemented

There is still much more to be done to redress gender inequality, and it starts in the early years. By Caroline Vollans

A new report by the OECD highlights the importance of early education in enabling children, particularly those from disadvantaged families, to gain essential social and emotional skills.

The number of children achieving a good level of development at the end of the EYFS has risen again, while the gender gap between boys and girls has fallen for the fifth year running.