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A new cross-Government ministerial group, chaired by the leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom MP, has been working to identify gaps in support and services for families from when a child is conceived up to the age of two.

More children are being toilet trained later, according to a new survey of early years staff.

A Government-backed campaign aims to help parents with weaning and tackle widespread myths about the signs a baby is ready to try their first solid foods.

Children who spend some time in formal childcare are less likely to have behavioural problems than those that are cared for solely at home, according to new research.

Exposing children to common harmless bugs, for example at nursery, could help prevent the most common type of childhood cancer.

Labour’s shadow health secretary has pledged to introduce an additional health check for babies, as part of the party's commitment to making Britain’s children the healthiest in the world.

Ed Vere's Max the Brave and David Melling's 123 Splosh will be sent out to 1.2m young children and their families this year.

We summarise the latest findings from the Government-funded Study of Early Education and Development (SEED).

The quality of early education and childcare in nurseries has risen over the past 15 years, and staff qualification levels appear to have improved, according to the latest findings of the Government-funded SEED study.

Around 8,000 more disadvantaged children will be eligible for funded two-year-old places under universal credit, according to plans put out by the Department for Education for consultation.