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Children are arriving at school without winter coats and wearing sandals in cold weather, according to teachers polled by the National Education Union.

Nine out of ten parents are worried about the future of their deaf child’s education amid the SEND funding crisis.

Grouping by ability is growing in popularity despite evidence showing that it can have a range of negative impacts for children. Charlotte Goddard investigates

School budgets have been cut by £1.7 billion in real terms since 2015, according to new research.

Parents are calling on the Government to release funding for ‘emergency measures’ to clean up illegal levels of air pollution near nurseries and schools.

Delivering his Autumn Budget 2018 yesterday, the Chancellor announced more money for Universal Credit, children’s social care and the NHS, but nothing for the early years sector.

A new report by the OECD highlights the importance of early education in enabling children, particularly those from disadvantaged families, to gain essential social and emotional skills.

A group of more than 120 children’s charities, teaching unions and organisations have accused the Government of ignoring children in its spending plans.

Funding is available for projects that aim to raise the attainment of children with SEND from the age of three.

New Government figures reveal in each of the last three years, the proportion of nursery schools in deficit has been double that of all schools.