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The EPPE/EPPSE Project has released new findings. Kathy Sylva, Brenda Taggart, Edward Melhuish, Pam Sammons and Iram Siraj explain.
Walking or cycling to and from school improves boys' reading skills in early primary, new research suggests.
Children who attend a pre-school setting go on to gain better grades at GCSE than those who do not, the latest findings from a major study show.
According to What about the Children (WATCh), the current room structure of most nurseries hinders the development of under-threes.
English children are ranked ninth of 11 countries for wellbeing, according to a new report.
Creative thinking is hugely undervalued in our society - but we must learn to think beyond the status quo, says Philip Bujak, recently retired chief executive of the Montessori St Nicholas Charity.
Taking to babies in an exaggerated style of speech helps them figure out how to produce words, finds study.
Pre-school and primary children are invited to spend their summer holidays lost in books and share their favourites as part of this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.
Ten local authorities have been chosen to pilot the Government's new Adoption Support Fund.
The education and childcare minister has agreed to look again at the core purpose of Sure Start children’s centres.
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