26th May 2022 05:00am
Campaigner and writer Jack Monroe meets food bank users
Campaigner and writer Jack Monroe meets food bank users at a centre in Essex.
26th May 2022 03:00am
Wales' new curriculum 'to go over budget'
An independent report says it is too difficult to accurately calculate the cost
26th May 2022 12:29am
Star Hobson and Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: Family concerns disregarded - report
Family concerns were "disregarded" in the cases of Star Hobson and Arthur Labinjo-Hughes, a report finds.
24th May 2022 01:59pm
Raheem Bailey: Wales schools must tackle bullying, racism robustly - minister
After a boy lost a finger reportedly fleeing bullies, a Wales anti-racism plan will be published soon.
24th May 2022 09:59am
Llanfair school: Four children hit by bus in stable condition
The bus mounted a kerb, hit a group of primary school pupils, and crashed into metal fencing.
24th May 2022 08:25am
'Impossible' GCSE question in England leaves kids and teachers stumped
The tricky question was faced by maths students
24th May 2022 05:37am
Couple finally get married after 60 years together
Alex and Jane Hamilton have been together since 1962 but only recently decided to "make it official".
23rd May 2022 08:07pm
Parents react to Welsh pupils being reduced to tears as they face hardest exams ever
The WJEC has come under fire for its AS maths exam on May 19 which teachers and pupils said had questions based on part of the exam specification that had been removed.
23rd May 2022 12:03pm
Richmond upon Thames College: Teachers strike over fire-and-rehire dispute
More than 3,600 college students could be impacted by boycotted exams and cancelled lessons.
23rd May 2022 11:24am
Teachers fear racism cancel culture - Birmingham City's Troy Deeney
Troy Deeney says teachers do want to talk about racism and fear repercussions.