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The results for 2012/13 show that overall 52 per cent of children achieved a 'good level of development' at the end of reception.

Children who read for pleasure are more likely to perform well at maths and English, according to new research by the Institute of Education (IOE).

Children are arriving at school still in nappies, some do not respond to their own names and cannot speak, reveals a think tank report.

A family of toy mice has been introduced to one London school to support emotional well-being and confidence. Laura Semmens shares her experience.

Scotland is to become the first country in the world to deliver the Roots of Empathy programme in every area.

A study has found that how well children do at school is not affected if their mother returns to work in their first year of life.

The influence of genes on the reading ability of children is limited, claims research.

The largest teaching union has slammed the phonics reading check for six-year-olds as a 'waste of money', after Government research found that the majority of teachers found it had 'little or no impact' on children's reading and writing.

The Save Childhood Movement is to officially launch this weekend with a two-day summit exploring the need to protect children from influences that might compromise their health and well-being.

A sharp decline in outdoor learning as children move from the Foundation Stage to Year One may reduce opportunities for them to develop their creativity and social skills, finds a new study.