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The Department for Education (DfE) is inviting proposals from organisations to design and deliver Reception Baseline Assessments to schools from September 2015.

Positive Steps Nursery has set up a children's council to help plan their activities. Marianne Sargent reports.

Can daily sessions of focused physical activities help children develop the gross and fine motor skills they need to become confident writers? Helen Chilton reports on her school's progress.

'Because it's exciting': childen enjoy - and need - the experience of danger Forest School can offer. But educators need a deeper understanding to handle it effectively, Martin Pace explains.

There has been a five percentage point increase in the number of six-year-olds passing the phonics reading check.

An evaluation of the first year of the Making it REAL programme, published today, has found it has been successful in considerably improving children’s early literacy development.

With foreign language learning being introduced in primary schools for Key Stage 2, practitioners have an opportunity to help children prepare. Opal Dunn considers the best approach.

The ever-evolving EYFS may have its challenges for childcare practitioners, but its excellent reputation is a big selling point for international nurseries across the world, says Gabriella Jozwiak

The component parts of the human skeleton are a good starting point for educating children about staying healthy, says Marianne Sargent