Headteachers say spending on pupils with special needs in Sussex is in crisisRead the full story ›
A school in Sussex is teaching children about sexting and cyber-bullying. It's part of a radical shake-up of sex education lessons.Read the full story ›
The move follows concerns current advise is out of date, failing to address LGBT issues, as well issues such as sexting and cyber bullying.Read the full story ›
The report highlights 17 schools that failed to achieve 'Good' Ofsted inspection results in over a decade.Read the full story ›
The headteacher of a primary school in Canterbury says it risks closing for several weeks unless boilers are replacedRead the full story ›
ITV Meridian celebrates as Social Affairs Correspondent Christine Alsford wins national awardsRead the full story ›
An arts organisation that runs activities for young people with special needs has become the first in Kent to have won the 2017 Queens Award for Voluntary Service.
Square Pegs' award was made by the Queen’s Vice Lord Lieutenant at a special presentation ceremony.
The recipients are based in The Brook Theatre, Chatham, and run regular groups, as well as projects in Maidstone and Canterbury.
The Berkshire school, in Theresa May's constituency, is asking for a £1-a-day contribution to help pay for stationery.Read the full story ›
More than 40 headteachers went to Downing Street today - to appeal directly to the Chancellor on funding ahead of the budget.Read the full story ›
The mother of an autistic boy says he has been deprived of almost three years of education, because of a lack of suitable schooling - and now the family is reaching breaking point. Fred and Stacey introduce our coverage.