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Support staff strike over pay at 35 Birmingham schools

14th May 2024
Teaching assistants, catering staff and other works have gone on strike during Sats week.

Everything you need to know about student loans

13th May 2024
How do they work across the UK, what can I borrow and when do I have to start paying it back?

Everything you need to know as A-level exams kick off

13th May 2024
Everything you need to know about this year's A-level exams, grade boundaries and results day.

What are the priorities for Wales's new education minister?

12th May 2024
Lynne Neagle admits new role is "quite hard" in reply to a question posed by a primary school pupil.

What are the priorities for Wales's new education minister?

12th May 2024
Lynne Neagle admits new role is "quite hard" in reply to a question posed by a primary school pupil.

SEND families told to pay more for transport

11th May 2024
Parents of teenagers with special needs will pay more for council-funded transport under new plans.

Everything you need to know about student loans

11th May 2024
How do they work across the UK, what can I borrow and when do I have to start paying it back?

Student visa rules costing city millions - uni boss

10th May 2024
Professor John Latham said visa restrictions were discouraging students from coming to the UK.

What are T-levels and what are the grades worth?

10th May 2024
T-levels are equivalent to three A-levels, and focus on practical rather than academic subjects.

New tool to show actual grades needed to go to uni

10th May 2024
Students hoping to start university in 2025 will be able to see recent successful applicants' grades.

Pupils miss classes as school cyber attacks rise

10th May 2024
A school in Leicester says it is still feeling the effects of a "sinister" attack several weeks ago.

Thousands 'excited' for 'adventure without adults'

10th May 2024
Thousands of teens from across the South West will take part in annual Ten Tors Challenge this weekend.

Campus protests cannot target students, Keegan says

9th May 2024
The education secretary says protests against Gaza war must not target students or disrupt learning.

Your guide to this year's A-level exams and results day

9th May 2024
Everything you need to know about this year's A-level exams, grade boundaries and results day.

International students sleeping rough on campuses

9th May 2024
One Students' Union says people are regularly sleeping in university buildings.

GCSEs start with final bit of post-Covid support

9th May 2024
This is the last year that students in England will get formulae sheets in maths and science.

Tech firms face tougher online age checks - Ofcom

8th May 2024
Social media firms like Instagram and TikTok will have to make changes to comply with new online safety laws.

Teen drama turns tables on 'toxic parents'

8th May 2024
A new Channel 4 series shows the impact smartphone culture has had on parents as well as children.

Ruth Perry's sister angry over lack of Ofsted change

7th May 2024
Ruth Perry took her own life after an inspection at her school in Reading in November 2022.

Mould, bedbugs and rats - but students' rents go up

7th May 2024
Campaigners call for rent-control measures as the average rises above £1,000 a month in Cardiff.

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