01st July 2022 11:01pm
Teachers in Wales threaten to ballot for industrial action if they don't get 12% pay rise
Teaching union Nasuwt will ballot members for strike action if the Welsh Government does not meet the demand after years of "pay erosion"
01st July 2022 02:20pm
How much school meals cost in every part of Wales and the free food lottery depending where you live
School meal prices vary by as much as 70p and eligibility for free school meals from September depends on where children live
01st July 2022 12:19am
Pride at 50: The LGBT revolution sparked in a basement
The ripple effects of the Gay Liberation Front's 1972 march are still being felt.
30th June 2022 11:57pm
Hardship funding for students doubled last year
Universities gave £121m to students in financial difficulty, Freedom of Information responses suggest.
30th June 2022 11:29pm
Cost of living: Families who care for relatives' children in crisis
Laura took in her two half-siblings six years ago, but says she is now struggling as prices soar.
30th June 2022 06:25pm
Wales summer holidays could be cut to four weeks
One teaching union says there are "many more pressing issues that need attention".
30th June 2022 02:52pm
Children eligible for free school meals will get provision in the summer holidays
No decision has been made yet on whether to continue the offer beyond the summer
30th June 2022 12:56pm
Oswestry GCSE pupils get teaching assistant to sit exam
Rob Howell said he sat chemistry after students questioned his understanding of their anxieties.
30th June 2022 12:55pm
The three alternative school year dates suggested for Wales
But there is much disagreement over whether anything should change at all
29th June 2022 09:00pm
Wales presses ahead with plans to reshape the school year despite most people being happy as it is
The Welsh Government is pushing on despite eight in 10 parents, carers, pupils, education staff, and businesses saying the school year now was “appropriate for people’s lives”