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chil­dren were taken out of school to be taught at home in Wales from 2016-2017. This is dou­ble the amount from the year be­fore. Many of the pupils are thought to be autis­tic chil­dren who were strug­gling to cope in school. Ad­dress­ing the prob­lem, the Welsh Govern­ment said it was com­mit­ted to cre­at­ing an in­clu­sive ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem for all learn­ers.


m is the length of a Carolina corn snake dis­cov­ered in a sewage cham­ber at a wa­ter treat­ment works in Gwynedd.


pound per school day is how much Robert Pig­gott C of E School in War­grave is ask­ing par­ents to do­nate to help pay for sta­tionery and books. The school says they are re­quest­ing the vol­un­tary con­tri­bu­tion af­ter na­tional changes to school fund­ing.


road grit­ters in Don­caster have new names af­ter the coun­cil held a pub­lic poll to name them. They are now called Gritsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yel­low Anti-Slip Machiney and David Plowie.


mil­lion pounds was raised by this year’s BBC Chil­dren In Need. It’s the high­est on­the-night to­tal to date, eas­ily beat­ing last year’s tally of £46.6 mil­lion.

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