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23rd January 2020 10:52pm

No time off for grieving: 'Inside I was screaming'

Bereavement leave for parents came too late for Ian Bainbridge, whose son was stillborn five years ago.

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23rd January 2020 05:54pm

'My dyslexic daughter can't get the help she needs now because she's a Welsh speaker'

There is no Welsh language test to diagnose dyslexia - children must take the test in English

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23rd January 2020 11:21am

The Cardiff high school where 15 pupils have got into Mensa

One 12-year-old scored the maximum possible 162 points - more than the estimated IQs of Einstein and Stephen Hawking

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23rd January 2020 11:17am

Two weeks of leave for UK parents who lose a child

The law, which will come into force in April, will be the most generous in the world, ministers say.

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23rd January 2020 01:07am

One in four children 'has too little sleep'

A lack of rest leaves youngsters unable to focus at school, a World Health Organization study says.

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22nd January 2020 06:05pm

Camilla unveils Roald Dahl-inspired windows at Birmingham hospital

The Duchess of Cornwall visits Birmingham Children's Hospital where 10 stained glass windows are installed.

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22nd January 2020 04:03pm

Kate launches childhood survey to help under-fives

The Duchess of Cambridge meets children in Birmingham to mark the launch of her "five big questions".

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22nd January 2020 03:57pm

Whorlton Hall abuse: Care watchdog wrong not to publish critical 2015 report

An unpublished report on a hospital for vulnerable adults could have prevented abuse, a review finds.

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22nd January 2020 12:57pm

Exams agency says appeal charges are not affecting students

The exams agency says there is no evidence that charges are "a disincentive" to state school pupils.

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22nd January 2020 11:42am

Super-rich elites making London 'off-limits'

Moving to London is unaffordable for those from poorer backgrounds, says social mobility report.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family