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A university professor who has devoted more than 40 years to working in early years education has been awarded a CBE in the New Year Honours List, it was announced today.

Leaflets advising families on how to stay safe over the Christmas holiday period are being distributed through children's centres, housing associations and shopping centres.

A three-point plan aimed at preventing family breakdown and supporting children whose parents are separating was launched today (18 December) by children's secretary Ed Balls, at the Government's first-ever 'relationship summit'.

A star line-up of early years experts will host the seminar programme at Nursery World's show next January, where you can also see the best selection of early years resources.

A 12m action plan to improve children's speech, language and communication was unveiled by the Government today (17 December).

Food manufactures are tricking parents into buying junk food for children by using misleading statements and images, a new report argues.

 EYP Champion: Leah Burke Leah Burke of Children's Place is passionate about her role and believes that EYPS is key to driving up standards of care and education for young children....

A detailed update on the work of the Children's Plan was published today on its first anniversary, with a report on progress so far and priorities for 2009.

A new early years framework for Scotland unveiled this week puts a focus on the first three years of a child's life.

Local authorities in England will receive 30m a year earlier than planned to develop children's play areas as part of the Government's national play strategy.

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