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The education secretary’s insistence that children should be taught to read using synthetic phonics is almost ‘a form of abuse’, a leading academic claims.

Squeezing, moulding, pinching are all some of the many ways that babies and toddlers use their hands to explore the world around them.

Children at Streatham and Clapham Junior School Nursery took part in a circus skills workshop to develop physical abilities, self-confidence, communication and role-play.

Boredom can be more beneficial for children’s development than participation in clubs and extra-curricular activities, a leader of prep schools has said.