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Ofsted is calling for academics, researchers and practitioners to apply to take part in a new early years forum to debate early years teaching and practice.

Children must be given equal access to high quality early years provision to tackle educational inequality, a leading think-tank has said.

A teacher from Salford has won funding to develop young children's communication and language through storytelling, in the Let Teachers SHINE 2018 awards.

Three-year-olds who took part in a scheme to improve maths teaching in early years settings made the equivalent of two extra months’ progress on average compared to other children, research suggests.

The Reception Baseline will focus on children’s literacy and maths, and may include Self-Regulation, depending on the outcome of trials of the new assessment, the body developing it has confirmed.

Now that the revised Early Learning Goals are finally out, we asked an expert in each area of learning to give their initial thoughts.

Early Education says that the Government’s revision of the Early Learning Goals has far wider implications and is in effect a re-write of the whole EYFS 'by the back door'.

The Reception Baseline is ‘flawed, unjustified and wholly unfit for purpose’, according to a report by a leading educational research body.

Twenty-five schools in England will take part in a pilot of the revised Early Learning goals for the end of the Reception Year.

A petition calling for the review of the early learning goals to be put on hold has received over 5,000 signatures.