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Primary school pupils in Southwark and Tower Hamlets are to benefit from free school meals, regardless of their household income.

Next time you fancy a spot of guilt-free shopping bear in mind that you could also be raising funds for your favourite nursery or pre-school.

The Department for Education has created 'a black hole' of more than 114m in overspending according to the Labour Party.

Teach First is calling on professionals working with children to come up with innovative ideas to tackle educational disadvantage, for a chance to win up to 20,000 worth of funding.

The EYFS profile could be scrapped and replaced by a formal test when children start school.

The eligibility criteria for Teach First are currently being reviewed following complaints that applicants with early years degrees were unable to apply for the scheme.

The Schools minister David Laws has announced a raft of new measures to help schools further narrow the unacceptable gap in attainment between disadvantaged pupils and their peers.

According to a House of Commons select committee, more than 60 per cent of schools have had to reduce their playground space to provide extra places.

While the Chancellor confirmed that the schools budget will remain protected under the Spending Review, worries have been raised about what it will mean for the early years sector.

Creationist schools are being funded by the Government to provide free nursery education places, according to the British Humanist Association (BHA), Nursery World can exclusively reveal.

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