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Fancy revamping your outdoor area this year? Some free trees from the Woodland Trust may provide some inspiration.

Elizabeth Truss has written to councils in England to encourage them to talk to existing childcare providers, including schools, about how they could provide more affordable and flexible childcare.

Some specialists have warned that schools will struggle to give two-year-olds sufficient support, but headteachers already caring for twos say they are well placed to succeed. By Gabriella Jozwiak

New research shows teaching assistants can help improve children's literacy and numeracy.

The National Union of Teachers has spoken out against the education secretary's plans to extend the school day.

Early years experts have criticised the Government’s plans to introduce formal “baseline” testing for children at the start of Reception, after press reports at the weekend revealed that the tests will start in 2016.

Nearly seven in ten support staff say their nursery or school does not have a policy in place when children soil or wet themselves.

The education secretary’s insistence that children should be taught to read using synthetic phonics is almost ‘a form of abuse’, a leading academic claims.

Children at Streatham and Clapham Junior School Nursery took part in a circus skills workshop to develop physical abilities, self-confidence, communication and role-play.

Does the 'bonus culture' belong in early years, asks Nancy Stewart