31st January 2017 12:00am
This is what each of Wales' colour codes for schools means
Schools are labelled one of four colours
30th January 2017 01:22pm
Teenager: So lonely 'I wanted to die'
A teenager explains how loneliness made her want to take her own life.
30th January 2017 12:46pm
Michaela School advertises for 'tough love' detention role
The "detention director" job requires someone who believes in order, discipline and obedience.
30th January 2017 09:54am
'Alarming' number of teacher attacks, NUT Cymru says
There have been more than 4,500 attacks on teachers by pupils over the past three years in Wales, figures for the NUT union show.
30th January 2017 02:13am
Robots could help solve social care crisis, say academics
The crisis in care of the elderly might be partly solved by robots with a good bedside manner.
28th January 2017 03:23pm
This primary school has raised eyebrows after banning children and staff from shouting
Ysgol Gymraeg Llwynderw wants to build "respectful relationships"
28th January 2017 06:14am
She was the first in her family to study A-levels – and now this teenager is off to Yale
Morgan Cronin will leave Wales behind to head for the United States and one of the world's best universities
27th January 2017 03:13pm
Schools cherry-picking pupils who apply mid-year, says report
A report says vulnerable children in England can struggle to find a place.
27th January 2017 02:57pm
Girl Power needs to start young - with storybooks - to challenge the assumption that boys are smarter, an education expert says.
27th January 2017 01:34pm
Treasury takes back £384m school funding
Head teachers are angry that school funding announced last year has gone back to the Treasury.