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Some steps for parents to follow to help children get the right amount of sleep and avoid problems around bedtime. By Annette Rawstrone

New research warns that attempts to ensure all children are 'school ready' is being undermined by targeted support, which alienates disadvantaged families.

Becoming an older sibling can be difficult for children to deal with. Rachel Howe explores how practitioners and parents can help

The country singer's early years book gifting programme is celebrating ten years since launching in the UK.

A new campaign has been launched to save childcare vouchers, with new analysis showing the majority of parents would be better off using vouchers than Tax-Free Childcare.

Daily routines, from leaving the house in the morning to bedtime, will help to create a calmer home environment, explains Annette Rawstrone

The government spending watchdog warns universal credit is pushing claimants into rent arrears, and urges ministers to fix the system before rolling it out nationally.

Professor Edward Melhuish has suggested that good parenting behaviours could be demonstrated by Eastenders characters to teach families how to parent well.

An app to help parents support their children’s learning has been found to have a positive impact on children’s development, skills and abilities.

With more children being born to older mothers, it is important practitioners understand their unique needs, finds Charlotte Goddard in the first of an occasional series