29th September 2014 11:30pm
Reduce teachers' workload, says NUT
The National Union of Teachers calls on the education secretary to tackle excessive workloads or face more strike action.
29th September 2014 11:28pm
Children hit by tooth decay at three
More than one in 10 three-year-olds have tooth decay, the first survey of the age group shows.
29th September 2014 05:58pm
Laura Kemp: How can our truancy policy teach children that honesty is the best policy?
Our columnist bemoans the fixed penalty notices in place for parents who take their children out of school for a holiday
29th September 2014 05:24pm
Abuse at home 'as bad as Kincora'
Child sexual abuse at a Catholic-run children's home in County Down was equal to, if not worse, than the abuse at Kincora, an inquiry is told.
29th September 2014 05:03pm
'I always regretted not going to university... so I graduated at 73,' the story of Barbara Michaels
Barbara Michaels believes in living life to the full - no matter what age you are
29th September 2014 03:49pm
Celebrate us, elite schools urge
Private schools should be celebrated rather than used as scapegoats, the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference is told.
29th September 2014 02:55pm
Memorial for stab death teacher
Tributes are paid to a teacher who was stabbed to death in her classroom, at a memorial service attended by about 1,200 people.
29th September 2014 12:24pm
Police CS spray 'armed' pupils
Police called to a disturbance at a school in Greenock use CS spray on two boys after they confronted officers with weapons.
29th September 2014 12:21pm
Eleven schools could shut in £75m Rhondda education shake-up
Wales’ largest teaching union speaks out about plans to close three secondary schools and eight primary schools in Rhondda
29th September 2014 11:24am
Westbourne School teams up with James Sommerin for university advice evening
Westbourne will bring together speakers from universities across the UK to meet with parents and students to discuss how to get in to the best universities