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A breakdown of the EYFS Profile results for 2016/17 reveals that children eligible for free school meals continue to lag behind their peers at the end of the Reception year.

Parents of a child with Down syndrome have developed a range of educational apps for children with special educational needs and disabilities.

A group of charities have written to the children and families minister urging him to extend the 30-hours of funded childcare to foster carers.

Children at London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) nurseries will be read stories by drag queens as part of project to spread a message of tolerance and kindness.

Special educational needs charity nasen has launched its first early years training webcasts.

New research suggest that early years settings, schools and healthcare providers need to work harder to support the ongoing needs of children who are born prematurely.

Childcare providers are taking advantage of extra funding available to support children in their care with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

A new free music therapy training scheme for early years settings is being launched by an award-winning charity.

British Sign Language (BSL) is to be included as an alternative to GCSE English in early years apprenticeships from 24 April, after years of lobbying from equalities campaigners.

Special educational needs charity nasen has secured £315,000 of DfE funding for an SEND training and resources project, with Nursery World as one of the partners.