26th September 2014 06:35am
VIDEO: Life as a disabled student
Campaigners say they fear that without help disabled students will be unable to cope with University life.
26th September 2014 05:00am
One in 10 antibiotic prescriptions ‘fail’, Cardiff University researchers reveal
A 20-year study by the university has uncovered 'very worrying' rising rates of antibiotic failure for common infections
26th September 2014 12:05am
Prisoners' children 'also victims'
Prison visits are causing vulnerable children "long-lasting" distress, children's charity Barnardo's says.
25th September 2014 11:58pm
'Make parents join school story-time'
Parents should be made to attend school story-time, children's author Michael Rosen urges schools.
25th September 2014 11:37pm
Skills boost for creative industries
A new generation of games designers, animators and visual effects artists is on its way after a training pledge from government and the creative industries.
25th September 2014 11:34pm
Does a five-year-old need to code?
Why teach five year olds to code?
25th September 2014 06:07pm
Good Morning! The school which gives stay-away students a knock on the door to encourage attendance
Maesteg Comprehensive School sends its staff round when students refuse to get out of bed.
25th September 2014 05:20pm
Pupils at Cardiff primary school thank community for support after fire
Youngsters at Birchgrove Primary School shocked that blaze was started deliberately
25th September 2014 03:59pm
Number of students in Wales achieving top GCSE grades increases faster than ever before
Data released by the Welsh Government showed 55.1% of 15-year-olds achieved five 'good' GCSEs at grades A* to C - a rise of 2.3% on 2012-13.
25th September 2014 01:31pm
World leaders taught in UK education
Almost one in seven countries around the world has a prime minister or head of state who studied in a UK higher education institution, according to an analysis by the British Council.