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Services for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Milton Keynes needs to be imrproved.

Schools across England are regularly paying to feed hungry pupils, according to polling of 10,000 teachers commissioned by the charity School Food Matters. 

Teachers' union NAHT has launched its manifesto 'For Their Future' calling for children’s education to be a pivotal part of the debate leading up to the July general election. 

The prime minister has announced an early general election on 4 July. 

Coinciding with National Numeracy Day, a former mathematics teacher has been appointed to

A new Education Committee report calls on the government to improve financial education in primary and secondary schools and at post-16 level. 

A new survey from Tes has revealed 85 per cent of educational respondents believe there are more safeguarding concerns compared to five years ago as staff within schools.

 Education secretary Gillian Keegan has called for 1,000 volunteers to sign up to help schools create their climate action plans. 

Ofsted has published the findings from phase 2 of its independent review of teachers’ professional development in schools.

Four in five teachers said that the parents of the children they teach find it difficult to encourage their children to read at home.

The Association of Mental Health in Education is hosting conferences in Leeds, Peterborough and Newcastle to help mental health leads in schools to come together to learn, develop and hear good practice.

The Education Committee has released a report on teacher recruitment and retention, and has made a number of recommendations for government.

Over 20 million additional meals have been served since the rollout of universal free meals to all primary pupils in Wales began in September 2022.

The Food Foundation has found that prices of healthy options have risen by up to 9 per cent over the last six months in four out of five major retailers, despite a slowing in food price inflation.

Sex education in primary schools is to be limited to those aged nine and over, according to leaked information from the government. 

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