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The European Early Childhood Research Association (EECERA) conference is the largest early childhood research conference in Europe, providing a forum and network for scholars, policy...

The Scottish Government has moved to strengthen the quality of childcare years in advance of its target to double its funded offer.

The current design of universal credit needs ‘urgent change’ to make it fit for purpose, argues a new report.

Courses on supporting families from diverse cultural backgrounds have helped one setting's understanding and communication. By Gabriella Jozwiak

Just one in four UK parents are planning to spend the extra hour they gain when the clocks go back this weekend with their children, finds new research.

The cost of childcare for the youngest children has risen four times faster than wages since 2008, according to a new analysis.

The Scottish Government has committed to banning smacking in law.

To improve their relationships with kinship carers, and to help make these people feel less isolated, practitioners should understand their particular challenges. By Nicola Stobbs and Alison Prowle

The Cambridge Festival of Ideas, which runs from 16 to 29 October, is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a programme of stories, games, exhibitions and interactive fun.

The University of Bristol and Nursery World are asking our readers about packed lunches – how many children are eating them, how healthy they are, and the effects of the 30 hours programme.