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The results for 2012/13 show that overall 52 per cent of children achieved a 'good level of development' at the end of reception.

An increasing number of nurseries operate policies that restrict staff from touching or cuddling children. We do this because we are afraid of allegations of abuse, says Suzanne Zeedyk.

A study has found that how well children do at school is not affected if their mother returns to work in their first year of life.

The influence of genes on the reading ability of children is limited, claims research.

Fathers' Story Week provides a great opportunity to welcome dads into your setting and to encourage them to read regularly with their children.

The Save Childhood Movement is to officially launch this weekend with a two-day summit exploring the need to protect children from influences that might compromise their health and well-being.

Light drinking during pregnancy does not harm child behavioural or cognitive development, according to new research by University College London.

A project to explore how babies see colour is being undertaken by researchers at the University of Sussex's new Baby Lab.

Some children who are diagnosed with autism when they are young lose the symptoms and the diagnosis as they grow older, according to a new study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health in America.

Views of what counts as maths are changing. Linda Pound examines whether revisions to this area of learning and development match up.