30th January 2020 03:49pm
Vest worn by Charles I at execution to be shown
A silk vest worn by the king at his beheading, usually not on public view, is to be shown by a museum.
30th January 2020 02:56pm
Inspectors Estyn criticise management at Archbishop McGrath school where teachers are on strike
Pupils at Archbishop McGrath Catholic High School will have lost more than a week's lessons if the strike continues, as planned, today, and for three days next week
30th January 2020 12:35pm
Duchess of Cambridge-backed charity The Art Room set to close
The duchess became patron of The Art Room in Oxford in 2012.
30th January 2020 10:25am
Children 'end up in care and custody' over mental health
A report warns a "chasm" remains between what children with mental-health problems need and what they receive.
30th January 2020 01:56am
Most children sleep with mobile phone beside bed
The devices are "dominating" the lives of young people, says research.
30th January 2020 01:14am
The nursery putting fitness at the heart of learning
Children who are stronger and fitter learn faster, say teachers at a Somerset nursery.
29th January 2020 01:59pm
Minister tells bosses at independent school: 'Sack the head or I'll consider shutting the school'
Education Minister Kirsty Williams threat follows revelations about flirty messages Ruthin School headteacher Toby Belfield sent to girls
29th January 2020 01:09pm
Child mental health unit failings criticised by parents
At least 16 young people killed themselves in NHS inpatient centres in England since 2016.
29th January 2020 01:56am
Dissatisfaction with democracy 'at record high'
A global study warns of rising levels of discontent with democracy, particularly in the UK and US.
29th January 2020 01:53am
Top universities to give more places to disadvantaged
The admissions gap between wealthier and poorer students should half in five years, a watchdog says.