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Children’s centres in poor areas help disadvantaged families to develop parenting skills, improve mothers’ mental health and children's learning at home, research shows.

Every early years practitioner needs to know about schemas, and our seminar at the Nursery World show 2016 will be full of useful information.

John Bowlby wrote about ‘affectionless characters’ for Nursery World as his hugely influential work on attachment was first published. The piece, from 1953, is reproduced below

Di Cosgrove, co-founder of the Redearth Education charity in rural Uganda, tells Nicole Weinstein how its Redearth Model Nursery aims to transform local childcare and education practice

The sector is struggling to develop staff teams that meet the needs of two-year-olds, though some are making great strides. Annette Rawstrone talks to one nursery about its road to Outstanding

Singing has a long tradition in nurseries, thanks largely to the work of Friedrich Froebel, and the practice is intimate and complex, explain Sacha Powell, Kathy Goouch and Louie Werth

Children who experience a good home learning environment in the early years and attend pre-school continue to benefit educationally at the age of 18, new research shows.

Outdoor sessions are bringing the Steiner Waldorf approach to education to families across Kent.

A three-year project aims to make it easier for early years practitioners to support children with special educational needs and disabilities.

A new research centre dedicated to the role of play in the early years is being established at Cambridge University, thanks to a grant from the Lego Foundation, the toymaker’s charitable arm.