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Why did a news story about toilet training lead to a deluge of anger and emotion from both practitioners and parents?

Do parents stand a chance of doing the right thing for their children when Government and business seem intent on ruining their future?

Why did a news story about toilet training lead to a deluge of anger and emotion from both practitioners and parents?

The latest advice from chief medical officers about screen time for children is welcome, says Sally Goddard Blythe.

Just like adults, children’s personal preoccupations and troubles, no matter how trivial they seem to us, can get the better of them

Professor Law and Dr Charlton stress the importance of parents reading to their children after their joint study confirmed the positive effect it has on language development.

A parent's ability to tell when their baby finds something boring or funny - their 'mind-mindedness' - is a strong predictor of their child's early development, says Professor Elizabeth Meins

Sir Al Aynsley-Green argues that our approach to early years comes at a huge economic cost to individuals and society

Nancy Stewart and Janet Moyles give a perspective from 40 years of TACTYC: Association for Professional Development in Early Years

For young children, friendships help them to blossom in nursery and can encourage them in their later transition to school