17th January 2015 12:15am
Trojan Horse review 'farcical'
A review into how the Department for Education dealt with concerns over extremism in Birmingham schools is 'farcical', a headteacher has told the BBC.
16th January 2015 08:52pm
School which fell foul of inspectors shortly after head became union president now graded 'adequate'
Alltwen Primary School in the Swansea Valley now on the mend after poor Estyn report
16th January 2015 04:54pm
School extremism scrutiny 'lacking'
The Department for Education "has lacked inquisitiveness" on extremism in schools, an internal review launched after the "Trojan Horse" affair finds.
16th January 2015 04:44pm
West End star Sophie Evans gets in tune with Cardiff youngsters as she opens school's recording studio
Cardiff's Kings Monkton School welcomed the singer to the opening of its new recording studio
16th January 2015 04:29pm
Schools' 'overly complex admissions'
A schools watchdog says too many schools in England appear to be selecting pupils by the back door.
16th January 2015 11:50am
Schools 'uncertain' over A-levels
Many schools have yet to decide what sixth-form courses they will teach later this year as exam changes loom, Ucas says.
16th January 2015 06:00am
More than 23,500 people have vanished from the electoral roll in Cardiff, Labour claims
Ed Miliband will today launch a push to register 'Brtain's missing million voters'
16th January 2015 02:31am
Schools to face double inspections
Some schools in England could be visited twice on the same day by different Ofsted inspectors to test the reliability of findings.
15th January 2015 05:25pm
Primary school teacher who 'reeked of alcohol' and was spotted falling over is suspended from teaching
Karon Thomas-Larkin, who taught at Cwmffrwdoer Primary School, Pontypool, arrived at morning classes smelling of alcohol
15th January 2015 03:54pm
Record numbers graduate with firsts
Record numbers of UK students graduated with a top degree last summer, according to new figures.