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Researchers have linked a much lower incidence of obesity in teenagers who were tucked in by 8pm during their early years.

A ‘gender gap crisis’ is seriously damaging prospects for boys in this country, according to a children’s charity.

Researchers are calling for outdoor learning to be included in the national curriculum after a report found it is in decline, despite evidence of its effectiveness.

Programmes that support attachment, behaviour and cognitive development in young children have been assessed by the Early Intervention Foundation.

The ‘Pre-school’ classroom at New World Nursery in Washington, Tyne and Wear, will keep its name after a vote by the children that mimicked the referendum.

An Outstanding nursery is branching out to offer early years settings a chance to learn about its distinct outlook on professional development, the nursery environment and child-led projects.

Jerome Bruner, a pioneering cognitive, developmental and educational psychologist, has died aged 100.

Young children are more likely to follow the direction of a pointing finger than other signs, according to psychologists, who are keen to hear from nurseries to put their theory into practice.

An early years coaching programme is rolling out nationally after a huge leap in outcomes was recorded among a pilot group of children.

Children are learning mindfulness and meditation at an early age in Reading, thanks to regular sessions with ‘Meditation Mike’.