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A generation of children's sex education will be incomplete if schools prioritise exam results over students’ wellbeing, writes 15-year-old Gemma Tutton.
Scale of the failure to help disadvantaged children during lockdown and beyond is uncovered in damning new data.
Facebook and Twitter both penalised the president's campaign for posting videos.
Influential committee say lack of preparedness could have a “long-term” impact on the economy, and raise fears of "irreversible" effects on children.
Fighting for internet access, studying through the night and using food banks to make ends meet. One parent shares the struggle of coping with the lockdown while in poverty.
Funding to help pupils in England catch up has been met with concerns that children will struggle to learn with strangers.
Children’s charity The NSPCC has seen an increase in the number of calls from children reporting problems at home since lockdown began. On average, the children’s charity receives contact from a youngster every hour. In one distressing call, a 10-year-old boy told Childline: “We should be allowed back to school now so my step-dad stops hitting mummy.”
What more powerful symbol of national spirit could there be than committing together to give this gift from one generation to the next, Robert Halfon and Kirsty McNeill write.
There are 600,000 more children living in relative poverty than in 2012.