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Just like adults, children’s personal preoccupations and troubles, no matter how trivial they seem to us, can get the better of them

It matters that the average early years practitioner is paid the same as a hairdresser and that nearly half rely on state benefits

The education inspection framework consultation presents an opportunity for childminders, nursery providers and managers, says Gill Jones

A new study highlights the challenges facing early years settings and how the Government can intervene.

Professor Law and Dr Charlton stress the importance of parents reading to their children after their joint study confirmed the positive effect it has on language development.

Dee Coleman, Principal Officer, Early Years, explains what Ofsted does and does not require for accident notifications and mobile phones

Focusing on acquiring fresh skills that will enchant children and enhance their experiences is a sure way to cheer up the new year

We need an affordable and much simpler childcare support system, backed by employers, that helps all parents and carers into work

With estimates stating that 11 cases of Female Genital Mutilation are reported daily in the UK, Angie Marriott FGM expert, and consultant at The Training Hub, explains why training for early years professionals is essential in order to protect children.

A parent's ability to tell when their baby finds something boring or funny - their 'mind-mindedness' - is a strong predictor of their child's early development, says Professor Elizabeth Meins