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Professor Kathy Slyva, one of the authors of the EPPSE study, explains why new research into early education places and children's outcomes contradicts their findings.

A new study suggests free early education places have no long-term benefit on children’s attainment, but its authors argue that taking away the entitlement would do more harm.

Dr Anna Goodman is the lead author of a study into the effect of daylight saving time on children's physical activity

The Nursery World early years trip to Finland and Sweden has proved to be a huge draw, with 30 travellers from all over England, Scotland, Wales and even Cuba, from nurseries, schools, pre-schools and childminding, all keen to see some of the highly rated Scandinavian services.

Dolls with their own personas and life stories are being used by some practitioners to help raise issues of equality and encourage children to think critically. Vicky Hutchin explains.

What can we learn from research on early brain development? David Whitebread and Lysandra Sinclaire-Harding debunk some of the 'neuromyths' and misdiagnoses doing the rounds and look at how neuroscience findings might inform practice in early childhood education.

Can daily sessions of focused physical activities help children develop the gross and fine motor skills they need to become confident writers? Helen Chilton reports on her school's progress.

Forest School leaders, Acorn Childcare

A new study has found that the behavioural problems of many disabled children worsen between the ages of three and seven.

An evaluation of the first year of the Making it REAL programme, published today, has found it has been successful in considerably improving children’s early literacy development.