The government has announced that education settings will be provided with carbon dioxide monitors from September, backed by £25 million in funding.

Improved services in one of the most deprived councils in England are making a real difference to vulnerable children’s and families lives.

The financial incentives in place to help employers create apprenticeship programmes should be extended beyond the end of the furlough scheme.

New research from the Sutton Trust has revealed that most disadvantaged three- and four-year-olds are ‘locked out’ of crucial early years education.

The government has set out plans to elevate its Family Hubs programme, backed by £20 million of new funding.

An extra £570 million will be required in 2022 to prevent a further fall in spending per student in UK colleges and sixth forms.

Education unions have urged the government to take firm action to improve ventilation in schools to reduce further coronavirus disruption.

Labour has pledged new opportunities for young people to earn and learn with a plan to create 100,000 new apprenticeships.

A new NHS Digital report has revealed that nearly 16,00 children and young people in England are now living with type 2 diabetes.

The House of Lords Public Services Committee has urged ministers to get joined-up to support family services, both nationally and locally.

Sectors can now bid for a share of a £7 million fund to support the creation of new flexible apprenticeships.

The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee has urged the government to renew efforts to get people exercising.

Thousands of families are to receive better support when adopting children through a new strategy to tackle the postcode lottery currently affecting the sector.

Communities Minister Lord Greenhalgh has announced new education programmes to help support Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils.

The Social Mobility Commission has called for a shake-up of child welfare benefits and significant investment in education.


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