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Strep A and scarlet fever – what are they and what are the symptoms? Information for parents, schools, colleges and early years providers

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We are seeing an increased number of cases of Group A streptococcus (Strep A) compared to normal at this time of year. There is no evidence that a new strain is circulating and the increase is most likely related to …

Message to the education and care sector from the Secretary of State for Education, Gillian Keegan

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I wanted to say hello and introduce myself to you and everyone working in education and care. Some of you may already know me from my previous stint at the Department for Education as Apprenticeships and Skills Minister but it …

What is the National Education Nature Park? And how are we working with the Natural History Museum to teach children about climate change? Your questions answered

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Education is one of the key tools we have in the fight against climate change. Here’s what you need to know about how we are working with the Natural History Museum to deliver the National Education Nature Park and climate …

How we are helping improve pre-schoolers’ early development

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The early years of a child’s life are vital, not only in establishing important developmental skills, but also in building a lifelong love of learning that will help them in school. Nurseries and childminders do vital work in helping children …