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James Hempsall looks at how to encourage take-up of the offer

New research that examines the impact of poverty on children's intelligence has found that children from disadvantaged backgrounds have lower IQ scores on average than their peers.

A report by the Infant and Toddler Forum (ITF) has highlighted a need for more advice for women planning to have children to improve the health of the next generation.

The quality and cost of childcare are main concerns for new mothers when deciding whether to return to work, shows new research.

The Liberal Democrats would ensure that Early Years Teachers would be able to achieve qualified teacher status.

The Government has published findings from the pilot phase of the Integrated Review for two-year-olds.

Families with young children are caught up in a complex and unco-ordinated health and education system, according to a new report into early intervention.

Three leading experts will be running a fantastic morning Masterclass on two-year-olds at the Nursery World Show 2015 on 6 February

This in-depth course is aimed at those with responsibility for: early years strategies, the two year old entitlement, place development strategies, and schools support, and schools themselves.

In an extract from a briefing on including two-year-olds in schools, Julian Grenier and Helen Moylett look at some of the key areas that leaders should consider to ensure they are meeting children's needs.