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There are many fun ways to help a child’s mathematical learning at home. Kate Doyle provides some useful pointers

While many nannies and mothers had happy relationships in the 1920s, correspondence in Nursery World shows how class, values and beliefs on how to raise children would often collide, says Dr Katherine Holden in a new book

Budget cuts have seen the closure of many children’s centres, and reduced services at those that remain. But they are trying to forge a viable future, as Charlotte Goddard explains

Children often like to bring their own items into nursery, and how staff handle this is important, says Working Mum

Never before published data suggests that last year an estimated 40,000 children and young people across the UK faced the death of a parent.

A parent campaign group has raised concern over the lack of detail in the Scottish government’s plans to double the number of funded hours.

A new series of reports call for early intervention to be made a priority to prevent children as young as seven at risk of gang involvement and youth violence turning to crime.

An inclusive programme is developing parents’ self-esteem and family relationships by looking at the importance of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Annette Rawstrone explains

What are the benefits of children creating visual works? And how can you encourage them to do so? Penny Tassoni offers advice

Many families across the UK are struggling financially, and the situation may be about to get worse – but nurseries are finding ways to offer practical support. Annette Rawstrone reports