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11th April 2017 10:02am

All pupils should be able to study English literature at GCSE, argues a teacher

In this opinion piece, Teacher RajviGlasbrook-Griffiths criticises the decision to stop making English literature compulsory at GCSE in Wales

Go to Article WalesOnline - Education

11th April 2017 09:03am

'Leader shortage' means 51,000 children wait to join Scouts

Scout leaders have less time to give, leaving tens of thousands of children on waiting lists.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

11th April 2017 01:20am

Malala Yousafzai made youngest UN Messenger of Peace

The 19-year-old will take the role with a special focus on girls' education.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

10th April 2017 11:19pm

More than 900 care workers quit every day

Service providers write to the prime minister to warn adult social care system has begun to collapse.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

10th April 2017 11:11pm

University Challenge: Professor Stephen Hawking presents winners' trophy

The trophy was presented by Professor Stephen Hawking, a fan of the long-running quiz.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

10th April 2017 04:20pm

Teachers' union urges limits on pay of academy bosses

'Fat cat' academy bosses are 'milking schools', a teachers' union conference is told.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

10th April 2017 09:00am

Newport teaching assistant reprimand over girl tied to chair

The learning support worker admits tying up the pupil but denies using a double knot.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

10th April 2017 05:56am

Parents asked to pay as 'crisis' hits Newry school

A principal warns the lack of education budget means parents will have to pay for some activities.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

10th April 2017 04:00am

Wales needs 50,000 more teaching staff over the next seven years

Careers Wales has started a recruitment drive online

Go to Article WalesOnline - Education

10th April 2017 12:11am

School budget squeeze 'is reducing pupils' subject choice'

Music, modern languages and drama are among the subjects facing cuts, teachers say.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family