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Children are being encouraged to help fight climate change with a new RHS campaign to make use of school and nursery gardens.

The report by the spending watchdog raises ‘significant’ concerns that many pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are not being supported effectively.

Findings from a new survey reveal that 84 per cent of early years staff think they produce more paperwork than they need to in the EYFS.

The Department for Education has launched the bidding round for the next wave of free schools, targeted at areas in need of new mainstream schools.

The Children’s Commissioner for England has launched a children’s manifesto aiming to transform young people’s life chances.

More than two-thirds of nurseries in Wales have had difficulties recruiting Level 3 qualified staff, according to new research.

New research shows that the Reception baseline is an appropriate starting point for measuring progress, the Government claims today.

The Government has today launched a 'major' review that will look at the support available for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and how it can be improved.

Teaching assistants are using their own money to help families buy school uniforms, fund trips and provide lunch money, according to a new survey.

New research reveals that new mother checks are being 'squeezed in' by GPs.

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