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The revised Early Years Foundation Stage has received a broadly positive response from the early years sector, although some reservations have been raised over the requirement for progress checks on two-year-olds.

Your at-glance-guide to the new requirements which aim to cut bureaucracy and strengthen the focus on safeguarding and effective supervision.

Following the publication of the revised statutory EYFS framework 2012, some of the accompanying guidance has also been released.

Your at-a-glance guide to the learning and development requirements for the revised EYFS

The hotly anticipated revised Early Years Foundation Stage has been published by the Department for Education.

Children with disruptive behaviour problems and their parents can benefit from peer-led parenting classes, claims a new study.

Improving literacy and numeracy skills for early years practitioners and bringing in a new licensing system are key issues that Professor Cathy Nutbrown highlights in her interim report published today.

A new approach to nursery catering has resulted in increased concentration levels and a greater sense of wellbeing among the children, according to Positive Steps Day Nursery in Shellingford.

Somerset County Council has followed in the government's footsteps by delivering its own Early Years Teaching Centres pilot.

Children have been helped to learn to solve disputes by themselves under a pilot study by the Forestry Commission Wales to see how pre-school children interact with each other and the environment when left to make their own choices.