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The lives of one million children with chronic medical conditions are being put in jeopardy because schools don’t know what to do in an emergency, warns a body of child health organisations.

Academics from Coventry University are recommending children with reading difficulties be more 'thoroughly screened' for hearing problems.

A national network of English Hubs to improve children's early language and literacy are to be created by the Government.

The Government’s decision to bring back a baseline assessment in Reception, just two years after it was forced to scrap the previous attempt, is a controversial one (see Analysis, page 14).

The Department for Education has announced an expansion of its breakfast club programme to support disadvantaged children.

The latest results of the phonics screening check show the gap has grown between poorer pupils and their better-off peers.

More than nine in ten school staff are paying for items including stationery, books and even paper towels out of their own pockets, a survey suggests.

A new report suggests a ‘bleak future’ for school breakfast clubs as more than four in ten teachers say their club will close in the next three years.

Under the new National Funding Formula (NFF), published today, a new minimum per pupil funding level will be introduced.

Education secretary Justine Greening has confirmed that there will be a new baseline measure brought into Reception from 2020, and early learning goals will be made 'clearer'.