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A new app lets parents upload pictures of their baby to contribute to scientific research and help premature babies in the developing world.

Early years professionals want less structured learning for children and more opportunities for play, finds a sector-wide survey.

Findings from new research may shed light on why children with autism experience sensory overload.

Children are starting school unable to speak properly because their parents are not playing with them enough, Labour’s shadow education secretary has claimed.

A new book looks at the ways we teach children and how we assess their progress - and sets out a vision for improving our methods. One of the book's editors, Dominic Wyse, explains.

Current intervention strategies to tackle social inequality aren't working - so perhaps it is time for a complete rethink of our approach to early childhood services, argues Helen Penn.

A research paper published earlier this year has major implications for the early years because of the challenges it makes to some of the ideas that have become 'best practice', says Julian Grenier

Six projects designed to raise the attainment of disadvantaged children from the age of two have been granted a share of £1m in funding.

An early years literacy scheme has helped pre-school children that were falling behind to catch up with their peers.

New guidance has been launched to support practitioners to deliver the Integrated Review for two-year-olds from September.