02nd December 2019 12:38pm
We asked Wales' former education ministers why our students struggle in international Pisa rankings
Wales has lagged behind other UK nations for more than a decade in the Pisa tests and the new rankings are released on Tuesday
02nd December 2019 11:09am
Teaching assistant 'hit with a chair' by pupil has since died
Medical examinations are still being carried out to determine if the attack is linked to the staff member's death. Ysgol Bryn Castell in Bridgend is shut today while police investigate
02nd December 2019 01:47am
Seven charts on the £73,000 cost of educating a child
A population boom and a spending squeeze has changed the way we spend money on schools.
01st December 2019 12:13am
Teen engineer: 'Let me introduce you to my laboratory'
Fifteen-year-old Cheikh Bamba Diaby got into robotics after he had to unblock his sister's mobile phone.
29th November 2019 03:40pm
Tenby school is placed under special measures by Estyn
'We are all very disappointed by this decision' - chair of governors at Ysgol Greenhill School, Heulwen Lear
29th November 2019 09:06am
Conservatives pledge to boost Ofsted rather than scrap it
Boris Johnson wants to strengthen the education watchdog but opposition parties want a new body.
29th November 2019 12:59am
Smartphone 'addiction': Young people 'panicky' when denied mobiles
Psychiatrists warn a quarter of young people have addictive behaviour towards their smartphones.
28th November 2019 03:29pm
Bullying: Teachers share their stories in video for pupils
Staff at Perins School in Hampshire hope it will help pupils who are being bullied themselves.
28th November 2019 01:49pm
Great Yarmouth Community Trust: Parents 'panicking' over nursery closures
About 450 families must find new nursery places for children after a Norfolk and Suffolk chain shut.
28th November 2019 11:37am
Notre Dame: Boys to be admitted to Scotland's last all-girl state school
Councillors in Glasgow voted unanimously to allow boys to study at Notre Dame High School from 2021.