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A thousand health visitors in the most deprived parts of England will be given specialist training to help close the language gap between disadvantaged children and their peers.

The Health and Social Care Committee wants the Government to produce a long-term strategy for the first 1,000 days of life to improve support and services for children and families.

Co-op Childcare has become the first large childcare provider to achieve Millie’s Mark at all its sites.

Children in the most deprived area of the country have seen a huge improvement in their outcomes at the end of the EYFS following a major programme of targeted Government investment.

New guidance from the country’s four chief medical officers encourages parents and carers to agree boundaries around their children’s behaviour and time spent online.

More children are being toilet trained later, according to a new survey of early years staff.

A Government-backed campaign aims to help parents with weaning and tackle widespread myths about the signs a baby is ready to try their first solid foods.

The idea that children are visual, auditory or kinaesthetic learners is ‘completely unhelpful’ for learning, a leading brain expert said at the Nursery World show today.

Universal early years services continue to bear the brunt of cuts to public health services, with no targeted help for children and families in poverty, children’s doctors warn today.

Parents should restrict children's screen time, as report claims that by the age of eight the average child will have spent a year sitting in front of a screen.