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Sharing books could significantly improve the development of toddlers living in the poorest parts of the world, according to a new study by the University of Reading.

Leading expert Julia Manning-Morton will be exploring Personal, Social and Emotional Development and its links to well-being at the Nursery World Show 2015

For young children to develop into innovative and flexible thinkers, settings must enable 'deep-level learning', explains Jan Dubiel.

What do we want for children and families in the coming year?, asks Professor Cathy Nutbrown

Improve your knowledge of an essential aspect of children's development with leading expert Stella Louis at the Nursery World Show 2015

Free books for children and adults are to be handed out at food banks during the festive period, thanks to a partnership between Booktrust and The Trussell Trust food bank network.

New research that examines the impact of poverty on children's intelligence has found that children from disadvantaged backgrounds have lower IQ scores on average than their peers.

New research suggests that even if young children see lots of different people dressed up as Father Christmas their belief in his existence will remain unshaken.

One setting has won plaudits for managing staff and tracking child development. Hannah Crown reports.

The values nurtured in the early years shape how children approach the wider world later in life. But which values are beneficial and how do we balance different interests? By Marion Dowling