30th August 2017 11:04pm
Education charity warns of 30 hour free childcare 'chaos'
Three-quarters of nurseries feel the free childcare offer in England is underfunded, a survey suggests.
30th August 2017 06:56pm
'No concerns' with mixed faith foster case
A judge rules there were no concerns about a Christian girl living with a Muslim foster family.
30th August 2017 03:36pm
Ban experts from teaching exams they set
Those who draw up exams should not directly prepare pupils for the ones they set, say head teachers
30th August 2017 08:17am
Countries divide over purpose of school
There are big national and political divides in what people expect from a school system, say researchers.
29th August 2017 08:53pm
Grammar school faces legal challenge on A-level places
A grammar school faces a legal challenge over stopping pupils from going into the final A-level year.
29th August 2017 06:05pm
Half of Scots graduates 'underemployed', survey suggests
More than half of Scots who graduated from university and some college courses are working in "non-graduate" jobs, the ONS suggests.
29th August 2017 12:18pm
Cardiff school catchment change leaves pupils with '£585 bus bill'
A walking route would take pupils past another secondary school to get to their new 'local' school
29th August 2017 11:23am
Three headteachers told us why they enter pupils a year early for GCSEs
They it stretches top learners and reduces stress - critics say it stops children reaching their full potential
29th August 2017 07:26am
Mark Zuckerberg tells new daughter to play outside
The social media titan has written about the magic of childhood in a letter to his newborn daughter.
28th August 2017 03:54pm
Cardiff Sixth Form College keeps its place as the UK’s top private school for A-levels
The fee-paying college had outstanding results again this year