22nd January 2021 08:20pm
Trust in exam board and regulator lost after results debacle, says report
It was 'a significant failure' that they failed to acknowledge the standardisation process adopted last year disadvantaged candidates, the Welsh Government-commissioned report said
22nd January 2021 02:57pm
First Minister gives update on when schools might re-open in Wales
A 'wholesale return of every child in every classroom every day of the week' is not likely to happen this term, the First Minister has conceded
22nd January 2021 10:13am
Covid: Early years staff safety 'cause for concern'
Nurseries, pre-schools and childminders call for rapid testing and priority access to vaccines.
21st January 2021 05:33pm
Covid: Gavin Williamson hopes England's schools will reopen by Easter
The education secretary says schools in England will be given two weeks' notice before reopening.
21st January 2021 05:22pm
Malware found on laptops given out by government
Suspicious files contacting Russian servers are thought to have been found on devices given to schools.
21st January 2021 04:06pm
Covid-19: Scientists challenge 'flawed' lateral flow tests report
They say the devices, which are used in local councils, have a key role to play in the battle against Covid.
21st January 2021 02:03pm
University tuition fees frozen at £9,250 for a year
Tuition fees in England are being frozen for another year and ministers outline plans to reform post-16 education.
21st January 2021 09:47am
Covid: England's schools to get two weeks' notice for reopening
The education secretary can't say exactly when schools will open but hopes before Easter.
21st January 2021 01:14am
Universities degree 'not the only route to success'
Ministers announce plans to reform post-16 education to give employers the skilled people they need.
20th January 2021 06:54pm
Teachers to decide students' grades in Wales
Education Minister Kirsty Williams said she had "no choice" in scrapping classroom assessments.