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Storytelling, ‘reptile’ days and using Dr Who to boost literacy and maths skills are just a few of the ways schools, children’s centres, and early years settings encourage families to learn together.

Five areas in England will use the lottery money to pilot initiatives to improve children’s outcomes.

A new institute to drive the improvement of learning and care for babies, toddlers and young children has launched today.

Early years practitioners are invited to have their say on the disadvantaged two-year-old programme via TACTYC’s new online survey.

Young children instinctively use a ‘language-like’ structure to communicate, according to psychologists.

A call for papers has been put out ahead of the fifth annual Baby Room Conference in London on 2 September.

A new report calls for more focused interventions to close the attainment gap between children from high and low-income households.

The National Literacy Trust (NLT) is inviting early years practitioners to take part in its 2014 survey on early years literacy.

Baby boys who experience stressful situations may grow up to snore as adults, according to new research.

Early years experts have criticised the Government’s plans to introduce formal “baseline” testing for children at the start of Reception, after press reports at the weekend revealed that the tests will start in 2016.