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Serious concern over universities, says free speech boss

9th October 2023
Prof Arif Ahmed wants to encourage debate - even on inflammatory subjects like Brexit, pronouns and abortion.

Adam Kay: Social media hides reality of parenthood, says writer and comedian

9th October 2023
"I'm the idiot who failed to realise the realities," says the author of This is Going to Hurt.

Black History Month: 'My jaw dropped when I saw what we were learning'

8th October 2023
Students and teachers in Tyneside give their thoughts on expanding black history in education.

Antigua and Barbuda's youth orchestra plays to inspire

8th October 2023
Accessibility for all is at the core of the ethos for Antigua and Barbuda's youth orchestra.

Disability: Supported living and its unlikely student digs origins

6th October 2023
A ground-breaking house share of students and disabled people paved the way for supported living.

Inquiry ordered over England schools funding blunder

6th October 2023
Schools in England will receive £370m less than promised in July after an accounting error is uncovered.

Snapchat: Snap AI chatbot 'may risk children's privacy'

6th October 2023
The My AI feature could be shut down in the UK following an initial investigation by the data watchdog.

Error to open pubs not schools, Covid inquiry told

6th October 2023
The ex-children's commissioner in England says most senior officials did not put children first.

Hate crime: Pupils pulled girl from wheelchair at school

5th October 2023
A 25-year-old woman says she had been bubbly before bullying turned her into a different person.

Advanced British Standard: Sunak unveils qualification to replace A-levels

4th October 2023
The prime minister wants more students to study maths and English until the age of 18.

Baby formula machines not killing bacteria, study finds

4th October 2023
Parents are warned to check formula temperature as a study shows most machines do not kill bacteria.

Salford students furious over letting firm's falsified document

4th October 2023
A major student letting company is accused of adding a tenant's signature to a waiver form.

Bridgend: School-run parking row continues at Lon Derw

3rd October 2023
Residents who barricaded their street in a parking row say the school run is carnage.

Degree in magic to be offered at University of Exeter

3rd October 2023
The MA in Magic and Occult Science at University of Exeter is said to be one of the first in the UK.

Crowsmill Craft Centre celebrates 10 years of helping people

3rd October 2023
Crowsmill Craft Centre in Shropshire celebrates10 years of supporting people.

Marriage equality eludes Japan's same-sex couples

2nd October 2023
Japan offers same-sex couples no clear legal protection, leaving them feeling nearly invisible.

'School is meant to be a safe environment'

2nd October 2023
Katie Mitchell, who is disabled, was recorded sustaining head injuries while at school.

Gillian Keegan pledges crackdown on mobiles in schools

2nd October 2023
The education secretary says pupils in England should be banned from using phones during the school day.

What could Rishi Sunak's British baccalaureate look like?

30th September 2023
The prime minister wants more students to study maths and English until the age of 18.

Mum says autistic twins unable to start school after reports delayed

29th September 2023
Noah and Riley need the highest level of support but have not been offered special school places.


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