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Parental concerns and a lack of accessible facilities continue to prevent disabled children from playing inclusively, according to a new survey by the charity Kids.

A simple blood test to diagnose autism in 12-month-old babies could be available within the next two years after researchers discovered the genetic 'signature' for the disorder.

ITV's Love Your Garden has given siblings Harvey and Megan Webb a safe place to play thanks to a highly specified backyard renovation.

A team of nursery nurses is benefiting newborns, their families and the NHS. Ruth Thomson visits.

New figures from the Department for Education show that 20 boys aged four and under were permanently excluded from state funded primary or special schools in England in 2011/12.

There are plenty of training opportunities available for those who want to become teachers and specialise in this important area, says Anne Hayes

The union GMB has raised concerns that the jobs of school support staff could be under threat because of the number of primaries applying to become academies.

What areas of training should nurseries and childminders focus on when looking to equip themselves for the influx of twos? Annette Rawstrone reports.

A petition that urges the Education Secretary Michael Gove not to get rid of teaching assistants has gained more than 60,000 signatures.

Interactive music-making: working with the under-5s, has shown Tina Carter how music can be used to give children confidence and independence.