22nd November 2016 03:14am
Teens 'drink enough sugar for cola bath'
UK teenagers drink enough sugar every year to fill a bath with fizzy cola, a Cancer Research UK study suggests.
22nd November 2016 12:16am
Geography Higher was worst ever, teachers claim
In a submission to MSPs, Geography teachers say many thought this year's Higher exam was the worst ever.
21st November 2016 09:56pm
Melania and Barron Trump won't move to Washington with Donald yet - is that unusual?
21st November 2016 04:49pm
Schools to find governors via free online service
Schools in England are going to be helped to find governors by a free online service backed by ministers.
21st November 2016 01:40pm
New £30m Deeside research institute plan announced
A new £30m manufacturing and research institute will be built in Deeside, the Welsh Government announces.
21st November 2016 12:54pm
In pictures: Steel ladder makes 800m climb easier
A group of children in Sichuan, China, have a new ladder to assist their 800-metre climb down to school.
21st November 2016 12:23pm
Two years after starting a pupil-led approach to resolving problems in and out of the classroom, a number of schools in Wales say they have seen improvements in behaviour and attendance.
21st November 2016 10:10am
FT columnist Lucy Kellaway switches to teaching
FT columnist Lucy Kellaway is switching jobs to start a new career as a teacher, and she wants others to join her.
19th November 2016 05:15pm
Welsh musical gift to Patagonia schools
A team of musicians are jazzing up hundreds of old instruments from across Wales to send to Patagonia.
19th November 2016 03:07am
Academics 'must not be used as Brexit pawns'
Theresa May is being warned not to use scientists and academics as pawns in negotiations over Brexit.