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Most primary school heads are highly critical about the Government's plans to bring in the Reception Baseline Assessment, a survey suggests, as a national pilot of the test gets underway.

The education secretary has announced plans to increase teachers’ starting salaries to make the profession more attractive and boost recruitment.

A new poll reveals widespread fears among Conservative councillors about the impact of cuts to children's services, which they believe could cost the Tories the next election.

New research which reveals that more than one in ten children in England are living in overcrowded homes, while hundreds of thousands are in temporary accommodation, highlights the impact of the housing crisis on families.

The Prime Minister has announced £14 billion in funding for primary and secondary schools in England between now and 2022/23.

Unions have condemned plans revealed in a leaked Government paper that reportedly state that schools employ too many teaching assistants.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on a Fit and Healthy Childhood has had its research credited by the House of Commons.

The new children and families minister Kemi Badenoch takes up her position amid calls from the sector to prioritise the crisis in early years funding.

The Department for Education has launched a competition today to find the best educational apps for pre-school children as part of a drive to encourage disadvantaged parents to ‘kick-start’ children’s early language and literacy at home.

Kemi Badenoch has been appointed the new children and families minister in Boris Johnson's first cabinet.