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Special educational needs charity nasen has launched a full series of free online training resources for nurseries, childminders and schools.

Newly appointed early years minister Nadhim Zahawi has announced that the Department for Education is to carry out a feasibility study into the cost and value of nursery schools, many of which face an uncertain future.

A new report has called for the introduction of 500 intergenerational shared sites to unite young and old people and counter ‘age apartheid’.

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A new report has called for the introduction of 500 intergenerational shared sites to unite young and old people and counter ‘age apartheid’.

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.