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Youth zone operator OnSide secured funding to put 170 of its young members through a six-week employment course and help link them up with apprenticeship opportunities at local employers.

A report on youth services provision suggests that more and more local authority youth workers are being deployed in social care-related roles. CYP Now analyses the evidence and looks at the likely ramifications.

Laura McCardle meets Anna Smee, chief executive of UK Youth.

Early years pupil premium tested

| February 03, 2015

Two of the seven councils trialling extra funding for disadvantaged young children outline how they will invest it.

Pupil safety is being put at risk due to confusion over safeguarding arrangements for academies, MPs have warned.

Local authorities must play their part tackling extremism in schools, Ofsted's chief inspector has said.

Wales appoints new children's commissioner; tribunal bans paedophile doctor from practising for life; and children's charity welcomes extension of energy bill discount for poor families, all in the news today.

Youth zones operator OnSide has unveiled plans for its eleventh purpose-built youth centre.

There is no evidence that the government's flagship academies programme is improving outcomes for disadvantaged children, MPs have concluded.

Several influential early years figures are among more than 2,000 people to sign a petition against plans to introduce new testing arrangements for children in reception classes.