19th December 2016 04:37pm
Pembrokeshire 'misconduct' head Irwyn Wilcox sacked
A suspended head teacher is dismissed from his post at a Fishguard school for "gross misconduct".
19th December 2016 03:07pm
Private college pays student for slow marking
A college has paid £1,377 to a former student who claimed that slow feedback meant she "lost a year".
19th December 2016 02:48pm
Tom Harwood elected as National Union of Students delegate
A National Union of Students delegate candidate is elected with an unusual video pitch
19th December 2016 12:45am
Child abuse 'affects health decades later'
Children who were abused are more likely to have poor health and living standards decades later, a study suggests.
18th December 2016 03:29pm
Primary school truancy has reached its highest level in the past decade in Wales
Pupils in Cardiff played truant the most
17th December 2016 08:51am
Grammars 'will not boost poorest pupils' science grades'
Top scientists fear plans for more grammar schools in England will not help disadvantaged pupils.
16th December 2016 05:38pm
Another chance to see some of the best family and parenting stories from the BBC this week.
16th December 2016 03:42pm
Trinity College Cambridge given 'extraordinary' book collection
An "extraordinary" collection of books has been bequeathed to a Cambridge college by the aunt of the former University Challenge presenter Bamber Gascoigne.
16th December 2016 12:22pm
London school's towering performance in Pisa tests
The London school that took on the world in global tests for pupils.
16th December 2016 10:59am
Homeless Christmas faced by 117,000 children
Figures show at least 117,000 children are set to face Christmas in temporary accommodation in England.