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A new intergenerational scheme has launched, helping young children and elderly people to learn languages together.

The sector has expressed concern that the DfE is pressing ahead with plans for a Reception Baseline check following the news that NFER has been chosen to design and deliver the assessment.

Teachers have voted in favour of campaigning against the Government's plans to introduce a new baseline assessment for four-year-olds.

All children in France will start nursery school education at the age of three from September 2019.

Ofsted is planning a new focus on physical development in early years settings, with deputy director of early education Gill Jones claiming that nurseries and pre-schools are not adequately physically challenging.

A new animated series on the principles of engineering will air on CBeebies during National Science Week (9-18 March).

Findings from a survey show that despite Government reforms to technical education with the introduction of T-levels from 2020, parents are more likely to advise their children to go down the academic route.

The Scottish Government has pledged more than £860,000 to boost outdoor learning in the early years.

According to Lala Manners, the assessment criteria of the early learning goals for physical development are too subjective and must be addressed.

A coalition of educational experts, teachers and parents is calling for the Government to abandon plans for a new baseline for four-year-olds.