26th September 2017 05:09pm
Fake exam certificate website shut down
Exam boards say they have shut down a website selling fake exam certificates for £400.
26th September 2017 04:48pm
Rhys Ifans made a passionate plea for more literature in Welsh schools
He said denying pupils access to great writers is "tantamount to a crime"
26th September 2017 04:22pm
A Cardiff primary school has been put in special measures
This is what inspectors said about Pentyrch Primary
26th September 2017 04:19pm
Headteacher is accused of grabbing pupil by the scruff of the neck and pushing him up some stairs
Irwyn Wilcox, has faced a disciplinary hearing after being accused of pushing a 'vulnerable' pupil down a corridor and up some stairs
26th September 2017 03:47pm
'Someone will kill a child': School run parking fears
As a man is jailed for driving at a teacher, we asked what your concerns were about school run parking.
26th September 2017 02:01pm
Big rise in number of working mothers
The number of working mothers in England has risen by 1.2 million over the past two decades, figures show.
26th September 2017 07:44am
A sinister scene has been spotted in the background of a children's book
The Biff and Chip books have been helping children to read for decades
25th September 2017 11:01pm
A new date has been set for the introduction of Wales' radical new school curriculum
Teachers will have to teach the old and new systems at the same time
25th September 2017 10:01pm
Man jailed for hitting Woking teacher with car
A man has been jailed for 10 months for attacking a teacher with his car in Woking.
25th September 2017 05:12pm
Third of state schools in cash deficit
With warnings over school funding shortages, figures show more than 9,000 in England are in deficit.