12th February 2020 09:41am
ADVERTORIAL: Training to be a teacher changed my life - here’s how to change yours too
The Open University in Wales has launched a new flexible PGCE to help more people become teachers
12th February 2020 08:49am
UK universities 'gagging' student sexual assault claims
Nearly a third of universities have used non-disclosure contracts for student grievances since 2016.
12th February 2020 08:34am
Striking teachers are taking their fight to Newport council offices
Around 100 are protesting as strikes continue at Caerleon Comprehensive and Llanwern High School which are shut to pupils today
12th February 2020 07:35am
Regulator Ofcom to have more powers over UK social media
Tech firms will need to ensure that illegal content is quickly removed from their platforms.
12th February 2020 07:30am
Schools in Pembrokeshire are a 'significant concern', says inspections body Estyn
Pembrokeshire’s director for children and schools left for a new job in England last month
12th February 2020 06:41am
Government 'to ban' placing children in unregulated homes
The government says it wants to stop cared-for children under 16 from being placed in unregulated homes.
11th February 2020 12:05pm
The cute and scruffy dog who is helping kids in Welsh schools deal with traumatic experiences
"There have been measurable improvements in attitude, behaviour and attendance as well as a general boost in happiness"
11th February 2020 06:33am
Girl home-schooled due to lack of disabled toilets in Monmouthshire
Imogen Ashwell-Lewis, who is eight and has cerebral palsy, has missed 20 months of school.
10th February 2020 02:34pm
Should the history of the British Empire be taught in schools?
Sixth form students want schools to teach students about the British Empire and its importance.
10th February 2020 01:01am
Remarkable journey from refugee to Rhodes scholar
Getting an education was always a matter of life or death for Summia Tora.