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In the second of a two-part series on pre-term babies, Anne O'Connor considers what practitioners need to know in order to provide quality support to children and families.

Exploring wool can spark babies' curiosity and help them learn about the world around them, explains nursery owner Emma Graham.

In part two of a series on winter, Julie Mountain looks at creating spaces that allow children to make the most of the great outdoors.

An understanding of size aids mathematical development in children, but how can you support it? Nicole Weinstein offers some suggestions.

It is crucial that practitioners understand the sensory, social and emotional factors that could impede a child's development - and how to plan for individual needs. Sue Chambers explains

There are three different levels of confidence, and practitioners have an important role to play in helping these to flourish in children, argue John Hattie and Gregory CR Yates in this edited extract from their new book on the science of learning.

Too many schools in England have mediocre teaching and weak leadership, Ofsted’s chief inspector has said.

The Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years (PACEY) is consulting with practitioners on the continued professional development (CPD) support they require in the future.

In the second article of a two-part series on weaning, Nicole Weinstein considers ideas for meeting the energy and nutrient needs of infants aged seven to 12 months, through a range of food.

In the first of a series on outdoor play in winter, Julie Mountain looks at what nurseries need to think about to help keep children warm.