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The impact of the National Day Nurseries Association’s Maths Champions project on the numeracy of disadvantaged three- and four-year-olds is to be analysed in a new trial.

The number of children achieving the expected level for their age at the end of Reception has continued to rise.

A new report recommends early years settings provide parents with guidance on the type of apps that support children’s learning.

There is mounting evidence of a correlation between young children's balance and co-ordination and how well they do at school.

Outdoor play space is being cut to make room for more childcare spaces, early years experts warn.

The number of pre-school children using tablets and mobile phones has risen sharply, research suggests.

Schools should allow summer-born children to start Reception at the age of five, the schools minister has said.

Childcare does not lead to aggression and can improve behaviour, according to new research.

Bullying is a fact of life for more than a third of children, a new report into children’s wellbeing has found.

Parents in England give children less freedom to play outside and travel to and from school by themselves than other countries in Europe, a study has found.