30th December 2019 04:36pm
Top schools defend rejecting bursary for white boys
Winchester and Dulwich colleges decline an offer of scholarships for disadvantaged white boys.
30th December 2019 10:06am
More than £100,000 in payouts for three teachers attacked by pupils
The EIS union says the compensation payouts went to three teachers who were assaulted at work.
30th December 2019 03:38am
Student loans: Online accounts to undergo overhaul in 2020
The government says a new online service will offer graduates more up-to-date balance information.
29th December 2019 12:01am
Stay-at-home dads set up father-friendly playgroup
Dan Rainsford and Sam Chatterley set up a group so other stay-at-home fathers don't feel alone.
28th December 2019 09:03am
Bumbleance: The transportation service for sick kids
The ambulance service, available in the Republic of Ireland, is hoping to expand to NI.
27th December 2019 02:59pm
Victory for parents as Catholic primary school is saved from closure
Some pupils cried with relief when they were told they can stay at the school
27th December 2019 01:26pm
The hardest degree courses to get on to in Wales
One course had 1,000 applications for 22 places
25th December 2019 08:01am
Christmas: Retired woodworker sends presents around the world
Ted Bird keeps his workshop going 10 months a year to make toys for children across the globe.
24th December 2019 06:05pm
Essex children faced with 'inequality' in special needs provision
Some children face a wait of up to two years for autism assessments, inspectors find.
24th December 2019 04:34am
Vulnerable children moved miles from home - report
Nearly 12,000 children are placed in care 20 miles or more from friends and family, a report shows.