15th November 2021 10:52pm
Government delays further education changes by a year
Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi says it would be "wrong to push too hard" on its timetable.
12th November 2021 06:34pm
Council apologises for school meal debt fiasco and promises no child will be refused food
Gwynedd Council said 'technical advice provided by the education department on how to deal with school dinner payment debts created a lack of clarity'
12th November 2021 05:55pm
School meals: Ysgol Dyffryn Nantlle U-turn on 2p debt threat
Footballer Marcus Rashford is among critics of the school's initial warning to pupils 2p in arrears.
12th November 2021 05:51pm
TikTok abuse 'is pushing teachers over the edge'
A teacher who has been targeted online says he knows of others who have signed off sick as a result.
12th November 2021 03:25pm
Dad offers to clear school's entire dinner debt 'so kids don't go hungry'
Man Behaving Dadly's Simon Harris wants to pay the £1,800 owed by parents at a school which is at the centre of a row that also saw Marcus Rashford intervene
12th November 2021 12:02pm
Young carers: Thousands of children left unsupported
Nearly 180,000 children in England acting as carers may be unknown to councils, BBC analysis suggests.
12th November 2021 07:24am
Children’s education is being damaged by “chronic underfunding” of schools in Wales, school leaders warn
Wales spends less per pupil than England or Scotland despite receiving more money from the UK government to spend on public services
12th November 2021 01:01am
The court orders depriving vulnerable children of their ‘liberty’
How vulnerable children in England are being detained in temporary accommodation under special "draconian" court orders.
11th November 2021 08:39pm
GCSE and A-level changes give pupils advance warning of exam content
Plans also advise that GCSE and A-level students sit more mocks in case exams are cancelled again.
11th November 2021 08:08pm
Cambridge University debating society drops speaker blacklist
The president of a Cambridge University society says guest speakers "may say what they wish".