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Settings are invited to taking part in a £680k trial looking at the effects on children of boosting their parents' teaching skills and confidence.

The sector has welcomed the Government’s recognition of the inequality of access to childcare for children with special educational needs and disabilities, but has questioned how far its proposed reforms will go.

Working parents are increasingly demanding good quality childcare for a basic standard of living, according to a child poverty charity which is calling for a ‘real living wage’ to help reach that goal.

Testing in schools is creating an ‘apartheid system’ in the young that is ‘killing the joy of reading’ according to a leading children’s author.

Early years settings, practitioners and schools are invited to enter this year’s Shine A Light Awards, which celebrate those who support children’s, communication and language skills.

Local government cuts have stranded children with learning disabilities without effective access to services during the school holidays, according to a survey by charity Mencap.

The progress and outcomes of funded two-year-olds are to be tracked from point of entry to the end of Reception in a new project backed by funding from the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.

The UK Supreme Court has ruled against the Scottish government’s plan for every child in Scotland to have a ‘named person’ to support their wellbeing.

Researchers have linked a much lower incidence of obesity in teenagers who were tucked in by 8pm during their early years.

A ‘gender gap crisis’ is seriously damaging prospects for boys in this country, according to a children’s charity.