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Primary school pupils could face formal testing at the age of seven as part of a package of Government measures aimed at tackling underachievement.

More than 700,000 four- and five-year-olds will be given a free picture book to celebrate Booktime's tenth birthday.

Children from Royal Mile Nursery in Edinburgh were among those celebrating the books shortlisted for the Scottish Children's Book Awards.

This year's Nursery World Show brings you a host of different events and opportunities including masterclasses from former children's laureate Michael Rosen and early years experts...

New grants have been awarded to schools that achieved top marks in the phonics screening check.

Story Square harnesses the power of storytelling to give children a voice through play - and enable others to learn about them. Class teacher Jay Ramsey shares his setting's experience

The charity is calling for more investment in the early years to prevent children, particularly those that are disadvantaged, falling behind in language development.

Our approach to reading can make a real difference to how under-threes engage, says Charlotte Goddard

Illustrator and writer Chris Riddell was named the ninth Waterstones Children’s Laureate at a ceremony in London on Tuesday.

Experts have cast doubt on the popular belief that dyslexia is a visual disorder, as a new large-scale study suggests dyslexia is not linked to eyesight problems.