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The innovative and creative ways that English is being taught to children in the EYFS are showcased in a new report from Ofsted.

How do you support language development? Take part in our survey and you could win free membership of the National Literacy Trust's Early Years Network.

Enthusiastic young readers are five times more likely to achieve above-average results in reading tests, suggests new research.

Scottish children in care are to receive free books for the first five years of their lives under a new scheme backed by country and western singer Dolly Parton.

The Department for Education has reaffirmed its commitment to providing free books for babies and children and announced a new scheme to be targeted through children's centres.

Children who attend pre-school education before they start school are much better readers at age 15 than those who do not, according to an international study.

A group of early years experts, including academics and practitioners, have launched a petition calling on the Government to abandon plans to introduce a phonics-based reading test for all six-year-olds.

One in six parents wrongly blame watching too much TV and technology as the most common cause of speech and language difficulties in young children, a new survey suggests.

Phonics should be taught by all early years providers and schools and children's progress in developing phonic knowledge and skills should be regularly assessed, according to a new report from Ofsted.

There's plenty that you can do to be support this vital drive, says Communication Champion Jean Gross, who spoke to Melanie Defries.

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