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Demand for childcare in England will rise once government increases funded hours, BBC News analysis suggests.
Formulae and equation sheets will be provided in maths, physics and combined science GCSEs exams.
Classroom assistants, bus drivers, canteen and cleaning staff are among those taking part on Thursday.
An education trust in Surrey says requests for its services have grown since the pandemic.
Twelve pupils and a teacher died when their minibus ploughed into a lorry on the M40 motorway.
University bosses say the two students are now set to face a disciplinary panel.
Staff taking to 48-hour picket lines include classroom assistants, cooks, cleaners and bus drivers.
Four unions accepted a 6.5% pay rise in July, but NASUWT members are now taking action short of a strike.
Mum-of-two Stephanie Thomas says she would need £2,000 a month for childcare.
The head teacher "couldn't believe" her luck when the VIP guest agreed to a visit.
Welsh school leaders accept a new deal on pay and workload, and will now work normally.
An SQA strike could prevent pupils getting exam results after a below-inflation pay rise is rejected.
Nick Gibb says he is worried about the "growing cynicism and hostility" towards politicians.
The cast of BBC Three drama Grime Kids speak about playing a group of friends who dream of local fame.
The Youth Endowment Fund surveyed more than 7,500 children on their experiences of violence.
Big Has holds a special cooking class to primary school pupils in Tottenham.
Four students say Cardiff University does not offer enough support to rape survivors.
The often-repeated social media rumour made across the world claims pupils identify as cats.
Tom Hunt says a diagram called "The Genderbread Person" could have "dangerous consequences".
University of Northampton students claim they are paying "extortionate rent" for poor accommodation.