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A new study aims to find out whether 20 minutes a day of story activities can help parents boost their child’s language skills.

A speech and language therapy service is looking for early years settings to be part of a pilot training project involving virtual reality.

The majority of head teachers, teachers and parents disagree with the Government’s policy of prioritising synthetic phonics over other approaches to teaching children to read, according to a new survey.

BookTrust has launched its third annual Time to Read campaign, giving away more than 700,000 books to four- and five-year-olds.

A new folktale series will introduce young children to stories from around the world.

Offering parents family learning sessions to support their Reception child’s learning at home might improve literacy, but getting parents to turn up regularly is hard, according to a new study.

The Department for Education has launched two schemes to help close the ‘word gap' that exists between disadvantaged children and their peers at the age of five.

Children and young people across the UK have read for more than a 100,000,000 minutes as part of a month-long reading competition.

The Booktrust has awarded the first-ever double lifetime achievement award to John Burningham and Helen Oxenbury, the couple who are both celebrated for creating some of the most iconic children's picture books.

By Gill Jones’ own admission, Ofsted’s ‘Bold Beginnings’ report on Reception class teaching, which she co-authored, has ‘caused quite a stir’.

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