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Neurophysical development takes a number of forms in early childhood. In an edited extract from her new book, Anne O'Connor explains what these are, why they matter and how to support them.

A group of children in West London has gone from small beginnings at nursery to transforming front gardens on their road into fertile food-growing sites. Artist-in-residence Rosie Potter explains.

The National Literacy Forum has secured cross-party commitment for its campaign for a more literate nation.

Explore how maths can be promoted in early years settings and how negative attitudes can be challenged.

Alan Johnson MP is the new patron for children’s book reading club Letterbox.

Teaching children about where their food comes from nurtures healthy eating and an understanding of the world. Annette Rawstrone explains.

Singing is a powerful form of communication, and one that both practitioners and parents of all musical abilities should be encouraged to use with the children in their care. Penny Tassoni explains

Fifty unique 'BookBenches' designed by well-known artists and illustrators and inspired by books, including children's classics Peter Pan, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Lauren Child's Clarice Bean stories, have raised more than £250,000 at auction for the National Literacy Trust.

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.

More five-year-olds than ever are reaching a good level of development at the end of Reception, the latest statistics show.