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The cost of Free School meals

A recent study by The Education Policy Institute.

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Wolverhampton Safeguarding Children Board recommend changes to the way domestic abuse is dealt with

Wolverhampton Safeguarding Children Board SERIOUS CASE REVIEW on Child G wants to see agencies involved in the case look closely at how domestic abuse services can be improved as well as how those working with families can better understand how faith can impact on parenting.

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Mayor unveils plans for London’s first Early Years Hubs

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, unveiled new plans to help tackle inequality in education and help ensure children from disadvantaged backgrounds achieve their full potential.

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Treasury to examine the impact of 30 hours free childcare extension

The committee will consider, scrutinise and explore areas of the free childcare entitlement for working families.

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Improving social mobility through education - £50m investment

Investment of £50m in early years provision.

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Labour urges action on youth knife crime

Labour has called on the government to deploy youth workers in hospitals to counter the growing number of young people dying from knife crime.

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Transforming children and young people’s mental health provision: a green paper

The government is asking people for their views on a green paper setting out measures to improve mental health support for children and young people.

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Social mobility board members all leave

All of the members resigned in protest stating that they felt that there was a lack of support from government.

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Social work accreditation introduction slowed down to five initial areas

The new accreditation system for children’s social workers is now being tested in a small number of areas.

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Ofsted criticises treatment of SEND pupils across mainstream schools

The inspectorate's 2017 annual report states that in some cases informal exclusions are taking place, with parents being asked by head teachers to keep children at home as schools are unable to effectively support them.

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