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Plans to reform school funding to end ‘a historical postcode lottery’ will see a redistribution of money with schools in big cities like Manchester, and London boroughs losing out in favour of schools in rural areas and suburbs.

The Government is being pressured to do more to protect children and teaching staff from exposure to asbestos in schools.

A campaign group concerned with early language is to create a new national measurement of children’s reading.

A new interactive website reveals that schools with the most deprived pupils would see the greatest reduction to their budgets if the proposed new funding formula is introduced.

Schools are beginning to see the benefits of their teaching assistant workforce just as the TAs themselves are facing major cuts to their terms and conditions and, in many cases, pay. Charlotte Goddard reports

Director of Daisy and Jake Day Nurseries, Merseyside

More than four in five children have passed this year's phonics screening check at the end of Year 1.

Less than 2 per cent of primary school children’s packed lunches meet standards for school meals, new research suggests.

The number of four-year-olds not physically ready to start school is rising, research from Loughborough University claims.

A holiday scheme pilot in Scotland has proved 'overwhelmingly popular' and been oversubscribed by 60 per cent in one primary school.