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

The experiences of a child in early years are critical for their future, says Jan Dubiel

Dr Karen Wickett, lecturer in early childhood studies at Plymouth Institute of Education, says that children's need to adjust to school should not be forgotten

We need to challenge young children's anxieties about body image, says nursery manager Kayleigh Hollingsworth

Too often the school system treats children as 'oven ready' chickens on a production line, writes Anne Gladstone.

Professor Cathy Nutbrown says let children look for their rainbows

As a male childcare worker, this World Book Day I decided to go as Anna from Frozen.

Feeding and sleeping are probably the most emotive aspects of being a new parent, with the potential for guilt, distress and anger all possible in the sometimes bewildering struggle to do your best to take care of a young infant.

Dr Jo Blanden, co-author of a new study on the free early years entitlement, weighs up the evidence

Emotions have been running high for children, parents and teachers in the past few weeks of SATs, with tales of impossible questions, leaked papers, and playground tears.

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