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Children from disadvantaged families could be missing out on funding designed to support them, according to a cross-party committee of MPs.

A new report recommends early years settings provide parents with guidance on the type of apps that support children’s learning.

David Cameron has said he is 'very proud' of the Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM) scheme following speculation that it will be scrapped in the spending review.

The waiting is over, and on a fantastic night of celebration, the winners of the Nursery World Awards 2015 were revealed.

Free school meals for all four- to seven-year-olds could be scrapped amid claims the scheme's funding is ‘eating into the core education budget’.

A programme to reverse the trend in children starting school without the skills they need to learn, is to be expanded to 80 communities across England.

More than seven in ten parents say childcarers have played a 'significant role' in getting their child ready to start school.

Nearly 1,000 nursery and reception children were temporarily excluded from school last year.

A storm has broken out on Twitter in reaction to a headteacher's comments about the importance of structured teaching in the early years.

The schools minister has promised he will look at the issue of summer-born children missing out on their reception year.