30th July 2017 05:32pm
Swansea food bank runs out 'due to school holiday'
The Eastside Food Bank in Swansea runs out of items such as pasta with volunteers blaming school holidays.
30th July 2017 02:41pm
'Teach pupils to avoid gangs' - children's commissioner
Schools should dispel images of "fast money" and "glamour", the children's commissioner says.
29th July 2017 06:28pm
University finances face £17.5bn pensions squeeze
An expert warns of tuition fees rising or being diverted, but the pensions scheme says it is secure.
29th July 2017 12:32am
Bristol teacher's end-of-term gift - the sweetest present ever?
At the end of term some teachers receive special gifts from their pupils, but one in particular was especially sweet.
28th July 2017 02:19pm
North Ronaldsay Primary School loses its only pupil
The primary in Orkney will be kept on standby from August after its only pupil moved on to secondary.
28th July 2017 01:01pm
£4.8m spent to educate Republic of Ireland students in NI
The executive had previously sought compensation for teaching students from the Republic.
28th July 2017 12:31pm
Manchester bombing led to 11th-hour changes to exam papers
More than 2,000 papers were checked for distressing content after the bombing and at least two were changed.
28th July 2017 10:56am
If you're a Welsh teacher this could be the dream job you've been waiting for
The job comes with free flights and accommodation in Argentina
28th July 2017 10:15am
Students make a song in memory of a World War I soldier
Ahead of World War I commemorations, two students make a song about a local soldier.
28th July 2017 05:53am
'Action needed' on Wales teacher shortage
Secondary school training centres recruited 538 students in 2016-17, 38% short of the 871 target.