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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.

There has been a dramatic increase in the number of school children living with complex needs, but information on them is scarce.

A survey of the children and young people’s workforce reveals a gap in initial training on children’s speech, language and communication needs.

Many local authorities are failing to provide families with the information they need to access childcare for their disabled child, finds a new report.

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.