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Early years practitioners will receive guidance on implementing the revised EYFS, children's minister Sarah Teather has confirmed.

The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education has launched a new campaign to help practitioners and parents instil a love of reading and books in children before they start school.

The early learning goals for literacy and mathematics in the EYFS have been amended, in light of the response from the early years sector to the revised framework.

The Scottish Book Trust's early years book gifting programme has received an additional 450,000, bringing the total amount of funding for the scheme to 1.5m until 2013.

Parents will be able to give their comments on their child's school whenever they like, on a new website called Parent View.

Having looked at 'treasure-basket play', Penny Tassoni looks at how this type of play can be developed with toddlers into something known as 'heuristic play'.

Viv Hampshire explains how she organised a story walk to bring the popular picture book We're Going on a Bear Hunt to life.

A communication project has opened practitioners' and parents' eyes to the power of fun and a playful attitude to children's learning, writes Ruth Thomson.

The DfE has confirmed that parents who defer their four-year-old's school place this September and keep their child at their early years setting will continue to be offered the 15-hour free entitlement.

Involving parents in their children's learning is the single most important factor in improving outcomes for children in less advantaged families. Kate Hayward, assistant director of Pen Green Research Base, Corby, explains how to make a difference