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Early years settings are responding to the Government's focus on 'school readiness' by building better links with schools and putting more emphasis on helping children to develop their independence skills.

An education centre designed to encourage city children to explore the environment outside the classroom has been opened in London.

Dame Clare Tickell is urging practitioners to focus on the importance of reflective practice and the role of supervision in the run-up to the introduction of the revised EYFS.

August born children are more likely to struggle academically and be unhappy at school, according to new research.

Children are continuing to do better at school at the end of the EYFS, the latest statistics for the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile show.

Parents will be able to give their comments on their child's school whenever they like, on a new website called Parent View.

Pen Green, the research centre recently appointed by the Department for Education to lead on raising standards in early years settings, has 'rejected' the revised Early Years Foundation Stage.

Earlyarts, the national network for people working creatively with children and families, has launched a new interactive map to help settings find early years artists in their area.

Dr Linda Mitchell, Associate professor at the Faculty of Education, University of Waikoto, New Zealand.

The early years sector has been responding to the Early Years Foundation Stage consultation which ended on 30 September.