16th November 2016 11:48am
The Imperial War Museum has been given hundreds of previously unseen soldiers' accounts of fighting in the Battle of the Somme.
16th November 2016 11:42am
'Treadmill families' going nowhere, says social mobility report
Middle-income as well as low income families are held back by Britain's "deep social mobility problem", the Social Mobility Commission warns.
16th November 2016 11:12am
Smart, talented, hard-working - and still held back.
16th November 2016 12:34am
A project in a rural village in India finds out what happens if children are able to teach themselves using a tablet computer without any adult instructions.
16th November 2016 12:01am
Children see 'worrying' amount of hate speech online
One in three child internet users aged 12 to 15 saw hate speech online last year, Ofcom suggests.
15th November 2016 05:53pm
MP calls for law forcing schools to have defibrillators
An MP calls for a law forcing schools to have defibrillators after a campaign by the family of a boy who died from a heart condition.
15th November 2016 05:19pm
Alternatives to closing rural schools 'must be considered'
Councils will have to look at all viable alternatives to closing rural schools under new rules announced by the education secretary.
15th November 2016 05:03pm
Cardiff's new secondary school has been named
Cardiff West Community High School will open in September 2017
15th November 2016 02:11pm
Oxford to run first online 'Mooc' course
Oxford University announced its first "massive open online course" - or so-called Mooc - available to students anywhere in the world.
15th November 2016 02:06pm
Academic credited as the creator of the modern Cardiff University has died aged 90
Sir Aubrey Fiennes Trotman-Dickenson was one of the longest serving university heads in British university history