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The early learning goals for literacy and mathematics in the EYFS have been amended, in light of the response from the early years sector to the revised framework.

Accepting children from the age of two has brought many changes in our setting, say Nicola Bushell and Hayley Cannell, joint managers of Oakey Dokeys Pre-School in Essex.

Music For Starters is repeating its popular workshop, Music Making with Babies (Birth to First Steps) in London on 5 November.

The Department for Education has confirmed that the final version of the revised EYFS will be published at the end of March or early April 2012.

The debate about whether childcare raises stress levels in young children is in the spotlight again, following a research review by controversial psychologist Aric Sigman.

Culturebaby is a new programme rolling out in Manchester which aims to help practitioners and families find new ways to engage very young children with art and culture.

Babies who are highly irritable and do not have a secure attachment to their mothers have the greatest difficulty interacting with people and objects as toddlers, according to new research.

Children born as a result of an unplanned pregnancy and into disadvantage are more likely to have limited vocabulary and spatial abilities compared to those who are planned, according to a new study.

Young children whose mothers return to work during their early years are less likely to have behavioural problems than if they stay at home as full-time mothers, according to a new study.

Children who are late talkers are at no greater risk of suffering emotional or behavioural problems as they grow older, according to a new study.