29th October 2014 04:39pm
Stress of tests is affecting children as young as seven in Wales' classrooms say teachers
A poll conducted by teachers' union NUT Cymru raises serious issues with Wales' new skills tests with many children stopping eating because they are so worried
29th October 2014 02:14pm
Cardiff Metropolitan University gets clean bill of health from UK universities watchdog
The Quality Assurance Agency said academic standards at Cardiff Metropolitan University are meeting expectations
29th October 2014 12:26pm
AUDIO: Move to tackle homophobic bullies
The government is to spend two million pounds tackling homophobic bullying in schools in England.
29th October 2014 07:10am
School tests 'causing pupil stress'
Annual school tests for children aged seven to 14 are causing so much stress some pupils are refusing to go to school, a survey finds.
29th October 2014 01:07am
Hidden school costs worry families
Millions of UK families struggle to meet the extra costs of a state education, suggests research carried out by young people.
29th October 2014 12:30am
Where do billionaires go to university?
Where do the super-rich go to university?
28th October 2014 05:41pm
Children 'prefer to play outdoors'
Children would rather be playing outdoors than watching television, but parents' concerns keep them indoors, a survey suggests.
28th October 2014 03:52pm
University abolishes library fines
Sheffield University is scrapping fines for overdue library books, marking another step in the move towards students being seen as customers as well as scholars.
28th October 2014 02:04pm
University of South Wales helps Ystrad Mynach company develop staff
Kautex Textron is one of the companies which puts employees through the Foundation Degree programme to give them experience and new skills
28th October 2014 09:28am
Private school charity rule disputed
An Orkney woman who wants independent schools stripped of their charitable status takes her campaign to the Scottish Parliament.