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New shadow children and families minister Alison McGovern sets out Labour's policy priorities

Steve Scott, director of Happy Kids Childcare, talks about the Department for Education's new project and operating a nursery business in deprived communities.

It's time to have proper assessment of young children, says early years consultant Penny Tassoni

How can 86 per cent of children achieve an ‘expected’ level for PD in the EYFS Profile when 90 per cent have woeful levels of physical activity, asks Dr Lala Manners, director, Active Matters

Professor Kathy Slyva, one of the authors of the EPPSE study, explains why new research into early education places and children's outcomes contradicts their findings.

An independent review of childcare funding is needed to make sure the free offer works well, says Jill Rutter of the Family and Childcare Trust

As Chair the All-Party Parliamentary Group on A Fit and Healthy Childhood, I was recently delighted to commend our first report to my colleagues in the House of Lords.

The Troubled Families programme needs to work with early years practitioners and organisations, says Maureen Longley of Interface Enterprises

Government pronouncements about 'British values' have led to early years practitioners questioning what they are now required to do in practice. Chrissy Meleady urges calm.

Huw Lewis, minister for education and skills, Wales, explains the Welsh Government's plans for the early years