27th August 2015 01:05pm
Primary pupils' results edge upwards
The performance of children in England in tests at the end of primary school edges upwards, the government announces.
27th August 2015 10:56am
Good news for graduate employment
More UK graduates are in work than at any time since the recession, new figures suggest.
27th August 2015 10:51am
Olympic legend Sebastian Coe makes first visit to Cardiff Met's China office
Lord Coe was making his first official engagement since being elected president of the IAAF
27th August 2015 10:33am
City's 'north-south transport divide'
A free transport scheme causes a north-south divide in London and needs to be updated, a politician says.
26th August 2015 05:28pm
Pupil absence in Wales' secondary schools falls to lowest recorded level
Education Minister Huw Lewis has welcomed the steady drop in Wales' school absence figures
26th August 2015 05:24pm
Recession teachers 'get better results'
A US study says that the recession saw more talented graduates coming into teaching and they are getting higher results.
26th August 2015 04:06pm
Councils unite on teacher shortages
Six councils in the north east and north of Scotland unite in a bid to tackle teacher shortages in schools.
26th August 2015 03:58pm
History students...fancy being tutored by the woman who advised the BBC on Wolf Hall?
Renaissance expert Dr Catherine Fletcher, adviser to the BBC's hit history drama Wolf Hall, is heading a new heritage course at Swansea University
26th August 2015 03:35pm
Twins got identical results in their A-Levels and now they're doing the same subject at the same university
Anuja and Shailja Chalishazar are both at Cardiff University studying medicine and just got identical results in their first year exams
26th August 2015 01:06pm
Police called in as GCSE students are left in limbo over lost exam papers
Police are investigating after papers from Penglais School in Aberystwyth were lost by courier service Yodel