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The Scottish Parent Teacher Council (SPTC) warned that SNP legislation, which limits the size of P1 classes to 25, is reducing parent's choice on which primary school their children attend.
The Healthy Start programme provides vitamin supplements to low income families, in addition to vouchers towards the cost of milk, fruit and vegetables.
A report published today suggests that under Universal Credit 9 out of 10 families will not be better off.
Figures reveal that the number of children requiring additional support in the classroom has grown significantly since 2002. In 2002 29,000 children needed extra support , in 2012 this figure had risen to 118,034.
Over 40% of UK families will not qualify for for the UK governments new tax-free childcare voucher scheme proposed in the budget.
Standard Grades, Highers and Advanced Highers start today. All parents and children know how important it is to get good qualifications but this can be a very stressful time for young people and their parents.
The Children and Young People Bill was introduced to the Scottish Parliament on 18th April.
The Scottish Government's Children and Young People bill will entitle 3 and 4 year-olds to 600 hours of free early learning nursery education per year.
Lawyer Mike Dailly has put forward a petition to the Scottish Government asking ministers to halt the eviction of tenants who are struggling to pay their rent as a result of the Bedroom Tax.
The Scottish Kinship Care Alliance (launched today) is calling on the Scottish Government to provide greater support for kin carers.
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