29th April 2016 03:19pm
Primary tests in England 'too hard'
New national tests to be sat by 11-year-olds in England have been made too hard, say head teachers.
29th April 2016 11:42am
Llanishen High students are the latest school to rule at WalesOnline
We invited seven students in to experience life in the WalesOnline newsroom
29th April 2016 08:08am
VIDEO: Is primary testing too stressful?
The testing regime for primary schools in England is in chaos and distracting to pupils, says the National Association of Head Teachers.
29th April 2016 05:14am
Schools could stay closed until August
A number of the 17 Edinburgh schools closed on safety grounds are unlikely to reopen until the new school year in August, BBC Scotland learns.
29th April 2016 05:13am
Independent school pupil numbers fall in Wales as public funding squeezed
There are now 7,538 independent school pupils in Wales – a decrease of 4.4%
29th April 2016 12:48am
School bans 'abusive' swearing parents
Some parents are banned from entering a Kent school without a pre-booked appointment after staff are verbally abused.
29th April 2016 12:28am
Primary testing regime in chaos - heads
Head teachers say the testing regime for primary schools in England is in chaos and distracting to pupils.
28th April 2016 06:23pm
School praised by inspector for bucking trend of poor progress in maths
Inspectors said pupils at St Andrews Major CIW Primary School, in Dinas Powys, made 'consistently good progress' in developing their numeracy skills
28th April 2016 05:42pm
Nursery staffing 'catastrophe' warning
The requirement for new nursery staff in England to have good GCSE passes in English and maths will lead to "catastrophic" staff shortages and should be scrapped, campaigners say.
28th April 2016 02:21pm
Cause for celebration as work to build new school finally completed
Pontprennau Primary School, in Cardiff, opened last September when children from reception and nursery became the first pupils to walk through the school’s gates