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28th April 2022 11:31am

Cambridgeshire: Vulnerable boy left without education for 14 months

A council apologises to the family of a nine-year-old boy with special educational needs.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

28th April 2022 10:19am

Croydon Catholic school closes due to strike over LGBT book talk

The row centres on a decision not to allow Simon James Green to talk to pupils about his teen fiction.

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28th April 2022 10:02am

Headteacher demands parents are fined because so many pupils are not in school

Fines for school non-attendance were halted during the pandemic

Go to Article WalesOnline - Education

27th April 2022 03:24pm

Biff and Chip: Publishers pull 'no longer appropriate' book

The book attracted criticism for describing people wearing turbans and a niqab as unfriendly.

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27th April 2022 02:58pm

School pupils 'abusing staff and punching holes in walls' in startling cry for help from Welsh headteachers

The letter also warns of vaping during the school day and social media harassment

Go to Article WalesOnline - Education

27th April 2022 05:40am

Young Ed Sheeran fan's tailor-made matching pink suit

Leo's suit was made by Dressability, which makes and alters clothes for people with disabilities.

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27th April 2022 03:00am

Warning schools in Wales aren't doing enough to tackle peer on peer sexual harassment

Estyn has published advice to support pupils and staff to call out and prevent what it describes as "a major problem"

Go to Article WalesOnline - Education

26th April 2022 05:22pm

Colston School to be renamed Collegiate School, Bristol

The name Collegiate School, Bristol was chosen for its connection to the school's history.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

26th April 2022 12:48pm

Northamptonshire review finds 'significant failings' after child had arms 'taped'

Agencies "failed to spot the warning signs" of severe neglect, according to a safeguarding review.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

26th April 2022 12:19pm

Scotland's pupils begin first exams in three years

Students are turning over papers in the first formal SQA exam diet since the start of the pandemic.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family