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Dental surgeons believe that making all schools in England sugar-free would help tackle 'worrying' levels of child tooth decay.

New research reveals being born just three weeks premature can impact upon children's development, particularly if it means they fall into an earlier school year.

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

Families challenging the Department for Education’s introduction of the Reception baseline assessment have been refused permission to take the case to a full judicial review.

The disadvantage gap has now stopped closing in the early years, and there is a real risk any progress made over recent years to eradicate it could be undone, warns a new report.

Families challenging the Department for Education's introduction of the Reception baseline assessment will outline their concerns to the High Court tomorrow.

Teachers feel over-worked and undervalued by school leaders and parents, who are a great source of anxiety, finds new research on teacher well-being.

As almost half of teachers admit they lack confidence about teaching the new sex and relationships lessons, the NEU and NSPCC warn that without more support, the curriculum is at risk.

The Children’s Commissioner wants the two Conservative leadership candidates to put the billions they have promised for income and corporation tax cuts towards mending broken childhoods.

Sixty-six schools in disadvantaged areas will share £22m in funding to expand their nursery provision for two- to-four-year-olds.