17th January 2022 05:31pm
Colchester school appeals to parents to fill teacher shortage
Essex has the largest number of teacher vacancies in the East of England, according to the TES.
17th January 2022 07:36am
Take three Covid lateral flow tests a week and report results, university students and staff told
Education Minister Jeremy Miles warned of continued disruption to university education which continues to be a mix of remote and in-person teaching this term
17th January 2022 12:09am
Energy bills: 'It feels like I'm sleeping outside'
People tell of their struggles to cope, with energy bills set to soar by more than £700 this year.
15th January 2022 09:35pm
Tributes to former headteacher of St Teilo's High in Cardiff who never excluded a single child
Teifion Griffiths was described as ahead of his time and someone who always listened
15th January 2022 07:07am
Covid coma pregnancy: Wolverhampton mum 'devastated' to lose son
The mum-to-be from Wolverhampton said she was so unwell she did not know her baby was stillborn.
14th January 2022 05:25pm
GCSEs: Flintshire boy, nine, passes maths exam
Leonardo has "the type of mind Nasa employs" after passing the exam seven years early.
14th January 2022 01:54pm
Rugby coach who asked for nude pictures from pupils is banned from teaching
Gavin Williams also drove a group of schoolgirls to the beach without permission after their rugby festival was cancelled, an Education Workforce Council hearing was told
14th January 2022 01:20am
Covid in nurseries: Staff shortages 'mentally exhausting'
The impact of Covid is making it hard for some early years settings to operate.
13th January 2022 06:17pm
Covid in pregnancy linked to birth-related complications
Researchers find vaccination in pregnancy does not increase the risk of complications, but Covid-19 does.
13th January 2022 11:47am
GCSE results for November in Wales published as debate over summer exams continues
One in five candidates got the very top A* grade in maths GCSE