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New Government advice has been published for childcare providers and schools on how to protect children at risk of extremism.

While the number of children passing the phonics check has increased year-on-year, teaching staff are unsure of its value.

Local authorities’ failure to monitor childcare provision, and a lack of available places, risks putting the Government’s childcare plans in jeopardy, warns a new report.

More than one million three and four-year-olds are taking up their funded place in ‘good’ and ‘outstanding’ settings.

Ofsted should regularly inspect food and nutrition in early years settings, a parliamentary group has said.

Nurseries and schools across the country are to celebrate Father’s Story Week, the annual celebration of fatherhood, this week.

A new study claims the EYFS sets up summer-born children to fail in reception as they have 'immature' language skills.

While the early years sector has welcomed the news that a funding review will begin ahead of the summer, it has raised concerns that any increase to rates will be minimal.

Thousands of young children in Scotland will take part in over 400 free, bedtime-themed events this week to mark Bookbug Week (18-24 May).

The importance of play to children’s health and well-being is the focus of this year’s National Children’s Day UK on Sunday 17 May.