23rd April 2021 05:28am
Support for young people's self-esteem 'needed more than ever'
Children are struggling with self-esteem as a result of the pandemic, a youth project manager says.
22nd April 2021 12:02am
Marcus Rashford's budget cookery serves up fish finger sandwich
The footballer and food poverty campaigner is launching a new affordable meals project.
21st April 2021 04:50am
TikTok sued for billions over use of children's data
The case is being brought on behalf of millions of children by England's former children's commissioner.
19th April 2021 04:33pm
Universities 'must do more to tackle sexual harassment'
Students must feel confident in reporting incidents of sexual assault on campus says watchdog.
19th April 2021 02:44pm
Priti Patel: Facebook encryption plan ‘must not hamper child protection’
The Home Secretary criticises Facebook's privacy plan for its apps in a speech on child protection.
18th April 2021 11:42pm
Big Ask: Children in England asked their hopes for post-Covid future
Millions of children in England will be surveyed in an attempt to tackle "generational problems".
17th April 2021 11:50pm
Would universities call parents in a mental health crisis?
Bereaved parents call for universities to contact students' families to reduce risk of suicides.
16th April 2021 09:25am
Puberty blockers: NHS to set up independent review group
The group will assess the prescription of puberty blockers for under-16s, NHS England says.
16th April 2021 07:26am
Covid: Students call for day of action over fees
The Write Off Right Now campaign says charging full fees for a year of remote learning is unfair.
15th April 2021 04:48pm
Covid: Colleges face losing tens of millions of pounds
The Association of Colleges has told the education secretary that funding cuts threaten adult education.