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The Early Years Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP) will remain statutory for 2016-17, the Standards & Testing Agency has confirmed.

A ‘gender gap crisis’ is seriously damaging prospects for boys in this country, according to a children’s charity.

Researchers are calling for outdoor learning to be included in the national curriculum after a report found it is in decline, despite evidence of its effectiveness.

The ‘Pre-school’ classroom at New World Nursery in Washington, Tyne and Wear, will keep its name after a vote by the children that mimicked the referendum.

The education secretary’s favoured candidate for the Ofsted top job has been rejected by a committee of MPs, throwing the appointment into jeopardy.

A former primary school which has sat empty for three years will reopen as a nursery this autumn – after a recycling entrepreneur teamed up with the Safehands group.

A YouTube video of astronaut Tim Peake has revealed which salad rocket seeds planted by UK children actually went into space as part of the national Rocket Science experiment – the seeds in the blue packet.

As learning how to swipe a screen becomes as much a part of a young child’s development as turning the page of a book, what role does digital technology play in helping children learn to read?

Learning to ride a bike is included in a new pre-school programme launching this week at the Co-operative Childcare nursery group.

Oxfordshire early years providers are being offered free 'letters and sounds’ training after EYFS Profile scores revealed the county’s most disadvantaged children were getting left behind.