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Is your child a keen scribbler or...

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If you're planning a move, or have...

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Sometimes children are labelled as...

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With important exams looming,...

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With so much going on in your teen’s...

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Tips for supporting your child’s...

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Helping your teen get the best out...

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Is your teen avoiding school? We...

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In Scotland Parent Councils are the representative body for parents. A Parent Council is a group of parents in a...

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In the United Kingdom, there is not ‘one’ educational system but several, since the responsibility for...

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An important step regarding secondary education comes at the beginning of Year 6 in England & Wales, Primary 7...

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An important step regarding secondary education comes at the beginning of Year 6 in England & Wales, Primary 7...

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In Scotland Parent Councils are the representative body for parents. A Parent Council is a group of parents in a...

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In the United Kingdom, there is not ‘one’ educational system but several, since the responsibility for...

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What should Clegg's pledge to give councils £100m to help with childcare actually be spent on?
Improved facilities
44%
Training
18%
Free childcare
31%
Educational materials
7%
Total votes: 181