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A Montessori specialist could be trained in every primary school in England, in plans to widen access to Maria Montessori's philosophy to all children.
The innovative and creative ways that English is being taught to children in the EYFS are showcased in a new report from Ofsted.
Enthusiastic young readers are five times more likely to achieve above-average results in reading tests, suggests new research.
The Government has gone back on a proposal to publish Early Years Foundation Stage Profile league tables at school level.
Most nurseries, childcare workers and childminders support the EYFS and want it to stay, according to reports by early years organisations who asked their members for their views on the early years framework as part of their response to the Government's consultation.
Nursery World has teamed up with publisher Harper Collins to offer ten readers the chance to win a copy of Bear's Magic Pencil, Anthony's Bowne's brilliant new picture book.
There is 'overwhelming' support among most early years practitioners for the EYFS framework, new research by the Institute of Education suggests.
A new book by the Pre-School Learning Alliance aims to make it easier for nurseries and early years settings to go green and foster an understanding of environmental awareness and climate change.
The UK's first Cornish language pre-school has opened at Cornwall College.
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