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How the human brain evolved can teach us a lot about the way it learns and the most effective methods of teaching, says Professor Paul Howard-Jones in this extract from his book

Stammering is common in young children, and early intervention is key to helping them. Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni explain the causes and explore some strategies

What are the expectations of young children’s ability to write by hand and how is this changing in the context of an increasingly digital world, asks Annette Rawstrone

Amid concerns that the quality of school meals is falling, charity programmes and initiatives at some schools are beacons of excellent provision, finds Charlotte Goddard

To mark the publication of new guidance document Musical Development Matters, its author Nicola Burke explains its content and what she hopes it will achieve

How language develops between birth and the age of two, from crying to using early words, and when you should be concerned. By Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni

Organisation of the learning day is key to offering children an appropriate balance between child-led and adult-led learning, explains author and adviser Julie Fisher in the final article in this series

Practitioners must first overcome their own reluctance to approach maths and then encourage children to explore it in real-life and meaningful situations. By Caroline Vollans

Why movement is important for the youngest children and how settings can best provide opportunities to practise it. By Carol Archer

A guide to attention, listening and understanding skills in children from birth to two. By Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni