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12th May 2016 04:49pm

Parents in Cardiff are switching the language their children are taught in because of school places pressure

Five pupils at Marlborough Primary School in Cardiff have applied to continue their education in Welsh

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12th May 2016 04:16pm

Singapore terms join Oxford Dictionary

Several Singaporean and Hong Kong English terms, including "wah", "shiok", and "yum cha", are now officially recognised as acceptable English.

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12th May 2016 12:29pm

Spurs plan to open north London school

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and a leading private school, Highgate School, are proposing a state sixth form in north London.

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11th May 2016 04:40pm

Parents of special school earmarked for closure make plea to keep it open for future generations

Meadowbank School in Cardiff is the last in England and Wales to specialise solely in speech and language needs

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11th May 2016 04:21pm

Poor school buildings 'harming pupils'

Too many UK pupils are trying to learn in classrooms that are damaging their health and their education, say architects.

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11th May 2016 01:03pm

Flagship academy trust head steps aside

The head of a flagship academy trust praised by the prime minister resigns amid claims of financial mismanagement.

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11th May 2016 10:50am

Helpline takes more exam stress calls

A rising number of UK youngsters are seeking help to cope with the stress of exams, the charity ChildLine says.

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11th May 2016 07:36am

Growing numbers of stressed children are calling ChildLine in Wales because of exams

The charity says the numbers of calls from stressed pupils rises as exam season approaches

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11th May 2016 12:52am

Poor school buildings 'harming pupils'

Too many UK pupils are trying to learn in classrooms that are damaging their health and their education, say architects.

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11th May 2016 12:47am

UK 'losing international student share'

The UK is losing its share of the international student market because of its immigration strategy, says a new parliamentary group.

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