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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.

In an extract from her latest book, Reducing Educational Disadvantage, Penny Tassoni explains how varied positive, adult-supported experiences can boost children’s learning and development

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.

One school in West Yorkshire is using the Early Years Pupil Premium to fund drama sessions led by a performance artist, writes Helen Chilton

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.

Transforming children’s life chances was a heated topic for debate by a panel of MPs on the same day David Cameron handed the baton of his flagship policy to Theresa May.

Researchers are calling for outdoor learning to be included in the national curriculum after a report found it is in decline, despite evidence of its effectiveness.