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A children’s charity has called for eye tests to be provided in schools for children with special educational needs.

Families challenging the Department for Education’s introduction of the Reception baseline assessment have been refused permission to take the case to a full judicial review.

The curriculum guidance for the revised EYFS is currently being developed, including an update of the non-statutory Development Matters, which is being rewritten as part of the reforms.

Campaigners fighting to keep children’s centres open in Buckinghamshire have lost their case in the High Court.

Settings should avoid ‘a Tesco-delivery’ model of early years curriculum under the new Ofsted inspection framework, Professor Elizabeth Wood has warned.

As almost half of teachers admit they lack confidence about teaching the new sex and relationships lessons, the NEU and NSPCC warn that without more support, the curriculum is at risk.

Schools will be able to adopt the revised early years goals in the EYFS a year before early years settings from September 2020.

The Ofsted chief inspector has said anxiety about the creation of a two-tier system for early years inspections has been ‘whipped up’ by a handful of early years representatives.

The Department for Education has come under fire for awarding the contract to run a centre that will train Reception teachers to teach children to read to a leading commercial phonics provider.

Professor Julie Fisher is inviting Reception and KS1 teachers to fill in a brief survey about children's experiences of moving to KS1 to inform a new edition of her influential book.