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Teaching assistants working with small groups of young children struggling to talk have successfully improved their language skills by several months.

Nursery workers worried about abuse in their settings can call a new national whistleblowing helpline so that ‘nothing stands in the way’ of opportunities to protect children.

Adoptions are to be fast-tracked with a £200m overhaul announced by education secretary Nicky Morgan.

Get the underlying essentials of high-quality provision right and they will be the foundation for developing a curriculum, says Dr Julian Grenier

A day dedicated to all things 'baby' is taking place this September.

The National Literacy Forum has secured cross-party commitment for its campaign for a more literate nation.

A new study has found that the behavioural problems of many disabled children worsen between the ages of three and seven.

As summer comes to an end, gardeners start preparing for winter: tidying fallen leaves, planting bulbs for the spring, and protecting some more delicate plants from anticipated frosts.

Date 20 September, Kettering Conference Centre The theme this year is ‘From Toddle to Walk and Babble to Talk’ , focusing on two-year-olds and their development. All childminders...

The capital's most disadvantaged children will lose out under plans for the new early years pupil premium, new analysis has warned.