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Founder of the Roots of Empathy programme which was officially launched in England last month.

The minister for children and families, Edward Timpson MP, visited Stonegrove Children's Centre in Edgware, Barnet to celebrate the progress made by children and their families through the Early Language Development Programme (ELDP).

Haven 2000 Nursery in Bedford has been named Early Years Setting of the Year at the 2012 Shine a Light awards for its work in helping young children to communicate and express themselves from a very early age.

A Canadian programme shown to reduce aggression and encourage empathy in children by bringing a very young baby into the classroom was officially launched in England by the Pre-School Learning Alliance last week (23 November)

Children's intelligence can be influenced by even small levels of exposure to alcohol in the womb, according to a new study led by researchers from the universities of Bristol and Oxford.

The first study of its kind to measure foundation stage children's neuromotor skills against their performance at school has found that children who struggle to sit still or hold a pencil may not have fully completed steps in their neurophysiological development as babies.

Nurseries, pre-schools and childminders are invited to register for the 2013 Chatterbox Challenge (1-8 March), which sees charity I CAN team with Nick Jr's character Humf.

The Communication Trust has created a series of films highlighting how young children learn to speak, listen and interact with their parents or carers.

The BBC's Strategy for Children's Audio has hit the youngest listeners hardest, says Susan Stranks

Learning how to crawl and then walk is a major part of infants' development. But as they begin to explore the world around them and make their first steps, babies are not afraid to take risks around steps and cliffs, according to a new study.