01st July 2020 04:57pm
'Dumbed down' courses 'take advantage' of students
Universities minister attacks universities for recruiting students for low value courses in England.
01st July 2020 12:06pm
'Utter abandonment' of special needs families during lockdown
Families of children with special educational needs tell MPs support "fell off a cliff" in lockdown.
30th June 2020 11:11pm
Coronavirus: Snacking and family meals increase in lockdown
Young people's eating habits have meant more snacks but also more shared meals, say researchers.
30th June 2020 05:43pm
GCSE and A-level autumn exams offered in all subjects
Students will be able to sit a "full suite" of exams in the autumn if they don't like their summer grades.
30th June 2020 03:28pm
The big changes being considered for summer 2021 exams in Wales
The aim is to help students whose studies have been affected by school closures due to the coronavirus pandemic
30th June 2020 02:35pm
GCSE choices will narrow next year, says academy chain
Harris Federation questions if it is possible to maintain a broad range of subjects after lockdown.
30th June 2020 01:46pm
'Skills, skills, skills' for recovery, says Halfon
Apprenticeships must be "front and centre" of training plans, says chair of education select committee.
30th June 2020 12:22pm
Leicester lockdown: Parents and pupils upset at school closures
Leicester's schools will be closed from Thursday as the city tackles a spike in Covid-19 cases.
30th June 2020 12:07am
Coronavirus: Stop childhood being disrupted - charities
The life chances of children and young people risk being derailed over Covid-19, warn 146 charities.
29th June 2020 08:05pm
Life in a Cardiff primary school on the first day back after lockdown
'It’s just like normal but a little bit different'