12th September 2016 12:53pm
School forced to clarify position after concerns pupils prevented from celebrating Eid
Fitzalan High School confirmed Muslim pupils would be allowed time off in line with Welsh Government guidelines
12th September 2016 12:15pm
Humanists' legal challenge to school religious observance
The Scottish government's decision not to allow older pupils to opt themselves out of religious observance is facing a legal challenge.
12th September 2016 11:08am
Universities' zero-hours contracts and agency workers anger union
Unison, which represents around 50,000 members working in UK higher education, said university staff had been treated like 'second-class citizens'
12th September 2016 09:33am
Alternative first days
As social media fills up with photographs of shiny-faced children heading off for the first day of school, the hashtag #notbacktoschool has been gaining traction. Home education parents have posted their first day pictures too.
12th September 2016 12:46am
MPs set to hear grammar school plans
Plans to re-introduce grammar schools in England will be presented to Parliament later.
11th September 2016 11:50pm
Red tape 'stops school nurses doing job'
School nurses are finding less time to do their job because of more child protection issues and excessive bureaucracy, research says.
11th September 2016 05:02pm
Wales' leading university ponders new EU campus in response to Brexit
The university is said to be scoping out all options after the referendum in June
11th September 2016 08:59am
Michael Morpurgo: How it feels to fail the 11-plus test
War Horse author Michael Morpurgo explains what it was like to fail the 11-plus as a boy and the subsequent fall out.
11th September 2016 02:30am
The story of England's little known third ancient university and how it was killed off by a king.
10th September 2016 12:12am
Heads and parents gave mixed reactions to Mrs May's speech announcing plans for more selective education in England.