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Intervening when a child is very young can stop mental health conditions developing, experts say.
The ban comes after "dangerous behaviour" by a group of students on a Students' Union club night.
Education Secretary Gillian Keegan writes to teaching unions to discuss the proposals.
The government wants to streamline post-16 education, but colleges say some students could be left behind.
Parents say discipline at a Lincolnshire school is damaging children's mental health and education.
The league table measures the change in a graduate's socio-economic situation.
Unison said its members will walk out in Glasgow City, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire and Inverclyde.
The replacement services for the Tavistock Centre will now not open until next year.
The application rules and deadlines for 2024 primary school places vary across the UK.
Five schools in the county still giving online lessons are to return to face-to-face teaching.
Data shows a rise in young people being assessed as homeless, or threatened with homelessness, after leaving care
Jackie Brown, who was born blind, describes building Lego as "like therapy and a form of escapism".
Moving to digital exams should occur "in an evolutionary, not revolutionary, way", the exam board says.
George Baldock says amazing teachers at a pupil referral unit got him into the University of Cambridge.
The student asked about a question he found online while revising - which came up in his exam.
Simultaneous rallies supporting Israel and Palestine caused a tense scene at Columbia University.
Duelling protests at Columbia University show a widening generational divide on Israel and Gaza.
Unison say there will be a rolling programme of strikes after members rejected a new pay deal.
A mother says she had to fight for two years to get a school place for her autistic daughter.
The Unity Schools Partnership will consult with parents early next year to see if it was a success.