05th April 2016 05:00am
Half of school staff say pupils have self-harmed due to stress, report finds
A study by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) found that 48% of members knew of pupils who had self-harmed in their school
04th April 2016 10:51pm
Children aged six 'getting exam stress'
The mental health of children as young as six is being blighted by exam stress, education staff tell their trade union.
04th April 2016 05:27pm
Cardiff special school in 'special measures' after inspectors find serious shortcomings
Education watchdog Estyn said Woodlands High School, in Ely, had 'unsatisfactory' prospects for improvement
04th April 2016 12:50pm
White British pupils 'lag behind peers'
White British children in England's schools have fallen behind children from other ethic backgrounds by the time they take GCSEs, a report suggests.
04th April 2016 12:39pm
Teachers heckle schools minister
The schools minister Nick Gibb has been heckled by teachers as he defended government plans to turn all schools in England into academies.
04th April 2016 09:17am
Pupils 'lag behind international peers'
Children in England's schools are performing less well than their international peers, a report finds.
04th April 2016 08:06am
'Useless bureaucracy' deflates teachers
Too much of teachers' time is taken up by mind-numbingly useless bureaucracy, a union leader has argued.
04th April 2016 08:02am
VIDEO: White British pupils underperform in GCSEs
The children of white British parents do worse in their GCSEs than those who speak English as a second language, according to education think tank, Centre Forum.
04th April 2016 05:00am
Recruitment crisis in the classroom as nine in 10 teachers say excessive workload to blame
Education union ATL says 93% of members think workload is the primary reason people choose not to become teachers
03rd April 2016 05:38pm
Countdown to the Assembly election: The big five education issues in the run-up to May
Education Editor Gareth Evans looks at the main issues parties will have to address to win the education vote