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The results for 2012/13 show that overall 52 per cent of children achieved a 'good level of development' at the end of reception.

Making authentic links between reading and talking has been helping early years practitioners and teachers to develop children's communication, language and literacy. Di Chilvers explains.

Children who read for pleasure are more likely to perform well at maths and English, according to new research by the Institute of Education (IOE).

Language opens doors in terms of development and helps children work out the world around them. Penny Tassoni looks at how settings can best support two-year-olds to grow their skills

Children are arriving at school still in nappies, some do not respond to their own names and cannot speak, reveals a think tank report.

A project from Bookstart is offering children's centre staff a way to work more closely with disadvantaged families. Ruth Thomson explains.

Early years practitioners are invited to take part in the National Literacy Trusts survey on supporting childrens language.

Practitioners should aim to give children the best possible chance for meaningful communication and language learning, advises Kay Mathieson.

New research by Newcastle University challenges the idea that the early word combinations of two- and three-year-olds are devoid of grammar.

Malorie Blackman, who has won many awards for writing books for teenagers, is the new Children's Laureate.