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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.

Children as young as three are being put into ability groups for phonics, raising grave concerns about the impact on their self-esteem, and widening gaps in attainment, teachers warn today.

An American study in academic journal Frontiers in Psychology has found that Montessori early years settings can improve outcomes for disadvantaged children.

A study suggests that babies may be able to link some words together.

Grandparents’ behaviour may inadvertently have a negative impact on the health of their grandchildren, according to a new study.‌‌

Measures of children’s progress – especially one-off assessments such as the baseline in Reception – are flawed, meaning neither policy-makers nor children benefit, say Alice Bradbury and Guy Roberts-Holmes

Forest school can contribute to the development of children’s collaborative learning skills, according to research by Loughborough University.

Children at London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) nurseries will be read stories by drag queens as part of project to spread a message of tolerance and kindness.

The Scottish Government has moved to strengthen the quality of childcare years in advance of its target to double its funded offer.