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How can practitioners work within the Prime areas while also introducing children to the Specific areas of development? Penny Tassoni considers how the different aspects link together

The National Literacy Trust's annual conference is aimed at delegates from across the early years, healthcare, education and third sectors. Speakers include-Professor Annette Karmiloff-Smith...

National Children's Bureau (NCB) Manchester The award-winning Making it Real training is designed to enable early years practitioners to use the tried and tested 'REAL' approach...

Norfolk's Story Cafe programme is proving a hugely effective way of engaging parents in their children's learning. Programme developers Julie Westrop and Mandy Lowe and teacher Nicky Hudson offer some insight into how they are making it a success.

Disadvantaged children who are behind in the 'three Rs' at the age of seven already have their life chances determined, according to Save the Children.

Making authentic links between reading and talking has been helping early years practitioners and teachers to develop children's communication, language and literacy. Di Chilvers explains.

Pebbles Children's Centre in Basingstoke hosted the launch of the Giant Wiggle, a sponsored conga campaign in aid of Action for Children based on best-selling children's book The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

A project from Bookstart is offering children's centre staff a way to work more closely with disadvantaged families. Ruth Thomson explains.

Literacy is linked to a specific body of knowledge and skills, so practitioners should focus on helping children to acquire these essentials, says Vicky Hutchin.

Malorie Blackman, who has won many awards for writing books for teenagers, is the new Children's Laureate.