26th October 2022 12:58pm
Sacked teacher loses legal bid in transgender pupil case
The teacher disagreed with the school's policy for supporting transgender children.
26th October 2022 05:29am
Outdoor education 'teaches perseverance and resilience'
A plan to give all pupils in Wales a week at an outdoor education centre is welcomed by children.
26th October 2022 05:27am
Temporary accommodation: 'You don't know when you'll be told to go'
A mother says her children are missing out at school because they have to keep moving.
26th October 2022 04:50am
Culture of abuse found at three Doncaster special schools - review
Safeguarding review identifies "serious abuse and neglect" at three residential homes in Doncaster.
25th October 2022 02:00pm
Black, Asian and minority ethnic pupils got the most top GCSE and A level grades in Wales this year
Pupils of other ethnicities got more top grades than white British students at GCSE and A level in Wales this year - with children from Chinese and Indian ethnicities getting the most A*s
25th October 2022 01:05pm
Calum told me every day 'school's scary' - mother Beth Morrison
A mother whose son was physically restrained at a special school says it has left him traumatised.
25th October 2022 11:00am
Cost of living: NUS says university unions ramping up food help
The NUS says more and more students are struggling to pay for food as rent and bills go up.
24th October 2022 03:01pm
University staff back strike action in row over pay, conditions, and pensions
Historic ballot result means action could be taken at every university in the UK as union threatens to bring sector 'to a standstill'
24th October 2022 02:56pm
University staff to strike over pay and pensions
Lecturers, librarians and admin staff across the UK vote to take action over pay and pensions.
24th October 2022 05:27am
School of fish: The head teacher who works in a chip shop
Lee Humphreys spends his weekends frying fish in the chippie he and and his wife run.