Lessons from the longest study on human development

  What have we learnt from studies like the ATP that follow thousands of children and their families through their lives? Science journalist Helen Pearson shares some important findings and simple truths about life and good parenting in this TED talk about the longest-running study of human development in the world.

Interpreting infant growth & development charts

  Interpreting statistics on children’s development can be challenging for parents and practitioners alike. In this article from The Conversation, Dr Byrne discusses some of the common errors made when interpreting percentile charts, such as infant growth charts. She says: “I love a chubby baby – but I love a baby who tracks on the … Continued


An exceptional documentary on the temperamentally sensitive child.

Early Trauma

The importance of experiences in early emotional life and development across the lifecourse.

Turning 30

An intriguing reflection on the first 30 years of life by Gary Turk.

Life Goes On

Recent events with Trump and Brexit have a lot of people feeling fearful and angry. But there is much more good than bad in this world, and I choose to remain hopeful. This video by Gary Turk explains why.

Look Up

In a world where we continue to find ways to make it easier for us to connect with one another, but always results in us spending more time alone. A spoken word film for an online generation, by Gary Turk.

Circle of Security

A tour of the Circle of Security in about four minutes, developed by Circle of Security International.