07th May 2021 09:59am
Cambridge University: Caesarean Sunday gathering 'slap in the face'
Hundreds of students gathered on Jesus Green for a "Caesarean Sunday" celebration.
07th May 2021 09:27am
First look inside the Welsh town's £30.5m new school
A state of the art music studio, full size 3G pitch and an outdoor learning area all feature in the new building
06th May 2021 11:01pm
Covid: Poor pupils fall further behind in maths
The gap between poor pupils and their classmates is unlikely to narrow without intervention, researchers say.
06th May 2021 03:22pm
Wales' schools report just 33 coronavirus cases in one week
There were just 33 cases among more than 469,000 pupils and more than 80,000 staff across all schools in Wales
06th May 2021 10:21am
The 12-year-old girl with an IQ higher than Stephen Hawking's
Aberdare Community School pupil Jessica Casey was dividing numbers aged three and started to read aged one
05th May 2021 09:00pm
Father calls for pornography sites to require proof of age
A father and an Oxford student seek a High Court hearing to require age verification on porn sites.
05th May 2021 01:07pm
Covid: Parents urged to prioritise swimming lessons
Olympian Duncan Goodhew calls for focus on water safety after lessons were lost during the pandemic.
04th May 2021 07:05pm
Teachers 'having panic attacks' and cancelling Covid jabs because of exam work
Some are claimed to be cancelling Covid-19 jabs in case they feel ill afterwards as they can't afford the time
04th May 2021 04:07pm
Exam board criticised for test fees when teachers are marking papers
The WJEC said this year's fees have not been agreed yet, but insisted it still had a "pivotal role" in the process replacing exams to award results
04th May 2021 08:00am
Teens, tech and mental health: Oxford study finds no link
The Oxford study used data from more than 430,000 young people, gathered over 28 years.