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Nurseries reducing fresh fruit and vegetable portions given to children amid funding shortfall, charity warns

One in five childcare providers lower quality of food given to pre-schoolers...

P1 assessments to continue with ‘important modifications’

An independent review of P1 assessments says they should continue if “modifications” are made....

Theresa May's former school plans to close early on Friday amid 'enormous' budget pressures

‘The school currently has some reserves but will quickly tip into deficit unless we can find further ways to reduce costs significantly,’ headteacher and chair of governors say...

Ethiopian woman gives birth and sits exams 30 minutes later

She took the exams in hospital because she did not want to wait another year to graduate....

Beano readers vote Sussex school pupils funniest in the UK

Having a laugh in the classroom – meet the pupils who came up with the funniest joke, say Beano readers....

Nurseries in deprived areas ‘face closure over funding gap’

Some nurseries say they have cut back on learning resources and the quality of the children’s food....

College staff feel unsafe as students bring in machetes, hammers and metal bars, says union

Support workers forced to act as human shields as armed gang members chase teenager in college...

Picking feet: Worst thing an exam invigilator did?

How invigilators distract students taking exams – picking their feet, eating too loudly and staring....

Postcode lottery for speech therapy, says commissioner

England’s children’s commissioner highlights “enormous variation” in money spent across the regions....

Birmingham school LGBT protests ‘probably harassment’

A High Court trial being held next month will decide if protests can be held outside the school....

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