24th May 2021 09:26am
Abuse helpline takes hundreds of calls, says NSPCC
The helpline, set up to tackle harassment in education settings, has made 65 referrals to other agencies.
23rd May 2021 02:56pm
The most over subscribed secondary schools in Swansea
Ten of the city's 14 maintained secondary schools received more applications than they have places to start in the new academic year
23rd May 2021 10:00am
'I went totally deaf but taught myself how to hear again'
Will Moseley-Roberts, 19, was told not to aim too high but was determined to get into medical school and follow his dream of becoming a doctor
21st May 2021 02:00pm
University of Sheffield Archaeology department threat 'blow to UK'.
Staff at the University of Sheffield could be made redundant under new plans for the department.
21st May 2021 12:34pm
Hundreds of pupils self-isolating in Wales after cases confirmed in schools
Confirmed cases of Covid-19 have led to more than 400 pupils being put into isolation across Wales' schools
21st May 2021 11:27am
University tuition fees: 'We're paying for something we're not getting'
Students say it is unfair their £7,500-a-year university course has mostly been taught online.
21st May 2021 07:27am
Covid: Surge forces Bedford school to switch to remote learning
Pupils will be back at home again after a school says it has been "unable to control" Covid cases.
21st May 2021 04:00am
Wales' new education minister on masks, funding, and the new curriculum
'We can’t have a situation where the pandemic narrows the horizon of aspiration,' said Jeremy Miles on his first ministerial visit to a school
20th May 2021 11:10pm
Schools set to lose £118m funding for poor pupils
Pupils who became eligible between October 2020 and January 2021 will not now be counted until October 2021.
20th May 2021 01:08pm
Cecil Rhodes statue will not be removed by Oxford College
Oriel College initially backed the removal but has backtracked blaming costs and other issues.