07th July 2020 05:00pm
Cut back GCSEs and A-levels next year, say heads
Heads in England call for reduced courses or open-book exams for next year's GCSEs and A-levels.
07th July 2020 11:44am
An 11 year-old has not done schoolwork since March
"They don’t answer the messages and also my teacher doesn’t help me with the school work I’ve missed.”
06th July 2020 10:59pm
US to withdraw visas for foreign students if classes moved fully online
Some foreign students may need to move to a university with in-person classes to stay in the US.
06th July 2020 07:48am
Coronavirus: 13 UK universities 'could go bust without bailout'
The fallout from Covid-19 poses a "significant threat" to UK higher education, analysis suggests.
05th July 2020 07:02pm
Bridgend primary school to be rebuilt while dual-stream school put on hold
Councillors have fast-tracked plans to rebuild Mynydd Cynffig Primary School while the development of a new English and Welsh-medium school at Parc Afon Ewenni has been shelved
05th July 2020 03:38pm
Dozens of education and health specialists back school re-opening
In an open letter to Wales' education minister Kirsty Williams they say children are less likely to catch and spread Covid-19 and lockdown has been 'extremely harmful' to learning
05th July 2020 04:31am
Challenges facing inspectors as school system faces major changes
They can't go into schools which are preparing for the new curriculum as well as grappling with remote learning from home
04th July 2020 10:35am
Head teachers demand update on plans for schools in September
The National Association of Head Teachers Cymru say they need to know details by Monday or schools may not be ready in time for the start of the new academic year
04th July 2020 04:11am
GP calls for schools to be re-opened fully and for lockdown to end
Dr Rick O’Shea, who works at surgeries across Wales, said: 'We have done the best we can to protect the NHS and now we have to contend with the virus. We are at the point where the balance is wrong'
02nd July 2020 09:07pm
Coronavirus: School safety plans will keep groups apart
Measures will ensure learning in England is not "knocked off course", the education secretary says.