Screening tests that monitor babies’ motor development could prove crucial in helping to identify children who will need learning support in their pre-school years, says a book published today.
Fewer parents are managing to enrol children in their true ‘first choice’ primary schools than is generally thought, says a new study.
Black children in the UK are far more likely to be overweight than youngsters from other ethnic groups when they enter primary school, a newly published study suggests.
Parents who read to their child every day at age 3 are more likely to see them flourishing in a wide range of subjects during their first year in primary school, a UK-wide study suggests.
Sikh and Roman Catholic women in the UK are more likely to attend a weekly religious service than women from other major faiths and churches, new research suggests.
Black Caribbean and black African mothers are more likely than women from other ethnic groups to say that they have been victims of racism, a study has found.
Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education