21st October 2019 09:20am
Three generations under one roof to beat the housing crisis
Could moving three generations of the same family into a specially-adapted home be a solution to the UK's housing crisis?
20th October 2019 01:47pm
As many as 15 teaching assistant jobs could be axed as part of school budget cuts
Abertillery Learning Community said it will try to avoid compulsory redundancies
20th October 2019 01:15am
Brexit sparks boom in applications for politics courses
Brexit may be driving many to distraction - but it is boom time for university politics departments.
19th October 2019 10:22am
Cambridge University don readmitted after sexual harassment
Ex-students say they are "staggered" the academic has been readmitted to Trinity Hall.
19th October 2019 12:10am
Primary schools give free food to hungry families
The biggest primary school academy trust is setting up food banks in its schools to feed families.
18th October 2019 04:27pm
Urgent meeting demanded over plans to shut Cardiff's St Albans RC primary school
Numbers of Catholic children at St Alban's Primary are higher than listed, say parents fighting to keep it open
18th October 2019 03:54pm
'I was so off the rails as a teenager my parents put me into foster care'
Lena Brown's mum said "it was the only decision I could make... I was desperate for help"
18th October 2019 02:20am
'County-lines gangs fuelling' child slavery rise
Figures reveal an 807% increase in the number of known child victims of modern slavery.
17th October 2019 12:54am
Defiant head vows to keep unregistered school open
Nadia Ali calls the pupils "happy learners" and denies the school, in south London, is breaking the law.
16th October 2019 04:52pm
Birmingham LGBT teaching protester criticises 'imam's' claims
The "imam from Batley" took part in a Birmingham protest despite not being invited, a court is told.