29th September 2015 09:00pm
Educating Cardiff: Best friend fall-outs and a lot of attitude in episode seven
Educating Cardiff is almost over but we've still got two episodes to go at Willows High School
29th September 2015 07:03pm
A teacher 'pretended to be a 13-year-old girl and claimed the headteacher had abused her', hearing told
Teacher Eleri Roberts could be banned from the classroom as a result of the allegations about her behaviour at Llanidloes High School
29th September 2015 01:19pm
Parents want bigger voice in schools
Fewer than a fifth of parents in England think the government listens to them about their children's education, suggests research.
29th September 2015 09:55am
The Welsh Crucible series: An insight into the minds of our future research leaders - Amy Hayes
Amy Hayes is a lecturer in the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences at Bangor University and is currently investigating connections between motor actions and emotion
29th September 2015 05:00am
Cardiff University launches five new research institutes in bid to become 'world leaders' in science, medicine, crime and climate
Wales' top-ranked university said its flagship centres would harness data to tackle real-world problems
29th September 2015 01:28am
Firm 'hides' university for job interview
The graduate selection process at Deloitte will conceal the schools and university attended by applicants, in a bid to promote social mobility.
29th September 2015 01:13am
Campaign warns 11% of world illiterate
The United Nations is lobbied by campaigners calling for urgent action to tackle illiteracy around the world.
28th September 2015 08:14pm
Coleg Gwent end merger talks with Cardiff and Vale College
Having assessed the options put forward in a feasibility study, bosses said they would instead pursue 'closer collaboration and partnerships'
28th September 2015 07:14pm
'No cuts' to free infant school meals
David Cameron dismisses speculation free school meals for all infant children could be at risk of cuts.
28th September 2015 05:25pm
Welsh Government defends position over devolving teachers' pay and conditions
Huw Lewis was criticised by the Welsh Conservatives for saying negotiations were 'above his pay grade'