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Assessing children against a framework intended to promote good practice doesn’t make sense – except, perhaps, to the Government

The battle for the soul of Reception class practice is growing fiercer and its place in the Early Years Foundation Stage looks shaky.

Baseline just keeps returning despite great unpopularity with some and concern about its effects. Now what does that remind you of?

In her new book Professor Pat Preedy, with co-authors Kay Sanderson and Sir Christopher Ball, call for a new birth to seven curriculum and the scrapping of the EYFS profile

With levels of childhood obesity in crisis, everyone must take swift action to tackle poor diets and lack of physical exercise

While the new Early Learning Goals have been met with criticism from many in the early years sector, Mark Lehain explains why he thinks they are an improvement and a step in the right direction

The secretive nature of the revision of the Early Learning Goals, not to mention the end result, will not win hearts and minds

From the 30 hours to Bold Beginnings to a new Baseline pilot, the DfE is consistently ignoring our sector’s concerns, says Sue Cowley

The link between immature motor skills and lower educational performance has been overlooked, says Sally Goddard Blythe

It’s time to create a new curriculum and early years system that better cater to today’s children, writes Professor Iram Siraj