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With the first ballot's results now announced, and 3 MPs eliminated, we take a look at wherre the 7 remaining Conservative leadership candidates stand on childcare and education.

Professor Julie Fisher is inviting Reception and KS1 teachers to fill in a brief survey about children's experiences of moving to KS1 to inform a new edition of her influential book.

Childcare providers in deprived areas are twice as likely to close as those in the most affluent areas, according to new research, which also finds that the early years funding shortfall has risen by £50m in a year.

Too many vulnerable young children are missing out on the speech and language help they need to be ready for school, according to a new report from the Children’s Commissioner.

Children’s minister Nadhim Zahawi has expanded a range of measures to help tackle the language and literacy gap among five-year-olds in the most disadvantaged areas by training practitioners.

The Foundation Phase in Wales is to be replaced with a new curriculum for children aged three to 16, in which religious education will be made mandatory from the age of three.

After Sure Start Children’s Centres were found to significantly reduce hospitalisations for children in poorer areas and save the NHS millions of pounds, the research authors share their findings.

New research conducted by the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) as part of BNF Healthy Eating Week has revealed that 32 per cent of primary school children reported sleeping less than nine hours on the previous night.

The Wildlife Trust is calling on children and adults to experience nature in their local neighbourhoods.

The new draft curriculum for Wales looks to be moving in an encouraging direction, but it will ask a lot of the workforce

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