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Early years groups will have exclusive access to Eureka!, the children's museum in Halifax, West Yorkshire, during Early Years Week from 11 to 14 May.

Babies as young as six months can call the tune in an interactive opera devised by the Scottish Opera company.

Families are being encouraged to share stories together by the National Literacy Trust in an extension of its successful football and literacy initiative aiming to inspire boys to read.

The Early Years Foundation Stage would be scrapped and replaced with a slimmed-down framework under a Liberal Democrat government, according to the party's manifesto.

Pre-school children will have the chance to create their own art projects to transform their setting's outdoor area into a public exhibition space, during this year's National School Grounds Week (7-11 June.)

Reform of primary school education has been abandoned, following the failure of proposals for curriculum changes to make it through the final stages of the Children, Schools and Families Bill before Parliament was dissolved last week.

Up to 1.4 million children in reception year are to benefit from free books from September, thanks to a programme promoting the pleasure of reading.

A new online resource bank brings together guidance on writing in the early years with new material to support the needs of boys.

Five years on from becoming the first state primary school to introduce Montessori teaching, Gorton Mount Primary School in Manchester is producing a 'how-to' guide for other state schools that are considering adopting Montessori methods.

A community project that aims to boost music-making in nurseries and children's centres in London has been found successful in bringing quality musical experiences to children.