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Compulsory relationships and sex education in schools will include sessions on mental wellbeing, the government has revealed.

Health and social care services for disabled children are being undermined by a £1.5bn annual funding shortfall, a coalition of charities has claimed.

A group of MPs have criticised Education Secretary Damian Hinds' "unwise" decision to become personally involved in the appointment of the new chair of the Social Mobility Commission.

Young people receiving treatment for kidney disease at a south coast hospital will be able to get support from a youth worker thanks to funding from the voluntary sector.

The amount spent per school pupil in England has dropped by eight per cent since 2009/10, research has found.

Inspectors have criticised the quality of support for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in North Somerset.

Two disability campaigners who conducted reviews of special educational needs (SEN) provision have criticised the progress of government efforts to improve the system.

Training professionals with virtual reality technology can help them to be better at spotting signs of child abuse, academics have found.

A number of interventions commonly used to improve the wellbeing of expectant parents and newborns lack evidence of their effectiveness, a study has concluded.

Inspectors have criticised support for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Leicester, in particular the quality of education, health and care (EHC) plans.