28th October 2014 07:43am
Young carers' plight shown in game
Young carers in Wales have turned their lives into a board game to raise awareness of their plight.
28th October 2014 01:38am
Children 'lacking trust' in police
Children and young people have a "profound lack of trust" in the police, bordering on fear in some cases, a report by MPs and peers suggests.
27th October 2014 11:00pm
VIDEO: Meet Kenya's young female boxers
Kenya's schoolgirls are fighting back against sexual violence - by learning how to box in self-defence classes.
27th October 2014 07:57pm
90-year-old Santa letter up chimney
A 90-year-old letter to Santa written by a boarding pupil at Haberdashers Monmouth Girls' School is found up the chimney.
27th October 2014 04:35pm
Term-time holidays 'must be rare'
Holidays for pupils in term-time should only be granted if the circumstances are "rare, unavoidable, significant and short", say head teachers
27th October 2014 03:34pm
They're responsible for managing 110 staff and handling a £11m budget, but is the top job at education watchdog Estyn worth £110,000 a year?
Ann Keane will retire next year after more than 30 years with Wales' inspectorate
27th October 2014 02:25pm
Teacher admits Syria terror offences
A 30-year-old teacher from Greater Manchester, who planned to join Islamic State militants in Syria, pleads guilty to two terrorism offences.
27th October 2014 02:13pm
Marking ban will hit 69 universities
Hundreds of thousands of students are likely to be affected by a university marking boycott by academics angry at changes to their pensions.
27th October 2014 02:04pm
AUDIO: Abuse victim gets no insurance for arson
A mother-of-six from Merseyside has been left homeless after her abusive husband burned her house down.
27th October 2014 01:52pm
Academy trust 'wants Ofsted checks'
An academy trust says it wants to be open to inspection by Ofsted, after the education secretary appeared to rule out allowing the watchdog to examine groups running academies.