Ofsted report says Birmingham Children’s Trust has made further progress in improving the quality of services for young people leaving care.
The Children's Commissioner for England has warned that thousands of children are still ‘pinging’ around the care system.
New research has revealed that parent groups have only been behind about one in five of the free schools that have been opened.
Local authorities are set to benefit from a £50million funding boost to create additional school places for children with special educational needs and disabilities.
New analysis by the LGA has revealed that more than 22,000 children aged 10 and 11 in Year 6 are classed as severely obese.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced a new £1 million fund to help some of London’s most polluted primary schools fight poor air quality.
The LGA has strongly urged the government to take control of ‘faltering’ academy finances or be prepared to let councils oversee them.
Living Streets has set out 21 recommendations to enable more children to walk to and from school and fight air pollution.
The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has found problems in the way North Tyneside Council was paying support to special guardians.
The National Deaf Children’s Society has warned that more than a third of councils are cutting educational support for deaf children.
The government has announced that ten projects across England that support disadvantaged children and young people will receive over £28 million.
Operating a single ‘trigger’ point to indicate when struggling schools require intervention would help to create a more simple education system.
The Welsh Local Government Association has warned that children's services in Wales are nearly ‘at crisis point’.
Leicestershire County Council has confirmed that up to 14 libraries in the region will be converted to ‘Smart Libraries’.
An £8.5 million programme has opened for local authorities to fund projects to improve early language and literacy development for disadvantaged children.
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