28th August 2016 03:19pm
Welsh education has 'massive untapped potential', says leading academic
Professor Mel Ainscow said the multi-million-pound Schools Challenge Cymru initiative had made 'significant progress'
27th August 2016 01:40pm
Labour leadership: Smith pledges to scrap tuition fees
Labour leadership hopeful Owen Smith sets out his plans to scrap university tuition fees in an effort to win over the youth vote from current leader Jeremy Corbyn.
27th August 2016 12:43am
Private schools A-level dip reflects national trends
Private schools saw a slight dip in the number of students receiving top grades in their A-levels this year, largely in line with national trends, figures released by the sector suggest.
26th August 2016 11:01pm
Big challenge ahead as Wales forges new qualifications system
The waiting is over and the results are in. But Wales’ GCSE and A-level scores were hardly A*. Education Editor Gareth Evans predicts an uncertain future as qualifications change apace...
26th August 2016 03:20pm
Watch a nine-year-old bus driver's son who passed GCSE maths solve a Countdown puzzle in seconds
Liam McGuinness loves numbers because they are endless
26th August 2016 01:16pm
GCSE results 2016: So how did Wales do? Find out how your area performed
There were mixed results across Wales in a range of performance measures
26th August 2016 01:01pm
GCSE results 2016: The South Wales Echo's winning Beautiful Baby of 2001 has just aced her exams
Bethan Mead had six A*s, four As and a B in her GCSEs
26th August 2016 11:18am
Nazi prank taints Argentina German school
Boys from an Argentine German school are being made to visit a Holocaust museum after a brawl with Jewish students over Nazi symbols.
26th August 2016 10:54am
Edinburgh school parking ban encourages walking
A pilot scheme to ban parking outside primary schools in Edinburgh has led to more pupils walking to school.
26th August 2016 04:49am
Parents face charges for 'free' childcare, nurseries warn
Parents in England who claim extra free childcare will be asked to pay charges to help make up for a funding shortfall, nurseries taking part in a pilot scheme warn.