England's secondary school league tables to be published
The tables are based on how teenagers in each school performed in their GCSE exams and A-levels in 2018.
Teachers tired of pointless emails
Teachers say they can't stay up all night answering individual email queries from parents.
'Appalling' ignorance of child-protection pressures
The spending watchdog criticise the government's "appalling" lack of understanding of the pressures on children's services.
Schools failing to report asbestos details
Nearly a quarter of schools in England have not told government how they are dealing with asbestos in their buildings.
When your dad decides to do the same apprenticeship as you
Dominic Foster and his dad John are on the same apprenticeship at the same company.
Welsh pupils refused hot school dinners due to credit debt
A leading councillor says the school meals "scandal" is like being back "in the dark ages".
Lancashire school's '£1,000 holiday fine' warning denied
Lancashire County Council said informal discussions with teachers about school absences "are simply a way of gathering ideas".
All school music lessons 'should be free', MSPs say
Holyrood's education committee says that "in principle", all school music tuition should be free.
Domestic abuse: Non-physical and economic abuse included in law
Economic abuse will be included in legal definition and abusers stopped from cross-examining victims.
Pupils in hospital after 'drug-related' incident at Dunfermline High School
Emergency services were called to Dunfermline High School after 10 students became unwell.
Girl, 5, raises alarm after mum falls down stairs
Scarlett Neill stayed on the phone to the emergency services until help arrived.
Conjoined twins Marieme and Ndeye Ndiaye are living in the UK
Conjoined twins Marieme and Ndye Ndiaye have an uncertain future after moving from Senegal to the UK.
The teen Primark model with vitiligo
Kaiden Williams, 13, recently featured in a campaign for the clothes store and is inspiring others.
Inside the hidden world of Britain's Hasidic ultra-Orthodox Jews
Izzy Posen describes what life is like inside one of the UK's most secluded religious communities.
'I went to Oxford with undiagnosed TB'
Tilly Rose challenges people's pre-conceived ideas about her and helps others get a university place.
Healthy eating: What is a correct food portion?
British Nutrition Foundation launches new "handy" guide to stop people cooking and eating too much.
Novak Djokovic's war memories make him fund childhood research
The tennis superstar is funding research at Harvard to find better ways to improve early years education.
Snow excuses: E-learning on snow days
Winter weather at least meant a day off school. But now technology is threatening to keep pupils studying.
Making better use of 'surgeons flipping burgers'
The UN wants a better system for recognising the qualifications and work skills of migrants.
Anoushka has been offered a place at Cambridge. But she's mixed race and worries she won't fit in. Should she accept the offer?
'My mum killed my dad'
Sally Challen was jailed for murder in 2011 but a new law means an appeal next month could succeed.
Single mum shares secrets of survival to encourage others
A woman who posted a frank poem about financial hardship on Facebook says it "came from the heart".
Sylvia Pankhurst raised phone-tap concerns in 1930s
The suffragette argued that duplicate lines were "opposed to the best interests of the community".
Parental leave: The good, the bad and the unexpected
Three parents share their very different experiences of staying home to look after their children.
Are teachers' Christmas gifts getting out of control?
Some schools are starting to discourage parents from buying teachers presents at Christmas.
Primary school tables: Poor pupils won't catch up for 50 years
As primary school league tables are published, we reveal how long it will take for poor pupils to catch up.
Will Brexit result in more 'Skype families'?
Thousands of Britons will spend Christmas apart from a loved one. Will Brexit make more Skype families?
Water bill 'too expensive' to flush toilet
A report on poverty says water bills are now the most common arrears for poorer families.
'Buddy Benches' making playtime less lonely
Buddy Benches are proving popular in Irish schools, with a mission to improve the lives of adults as well as children.
Domestic abuse: 'Children are the hidden victims'
A teenager who grew up in a family with domestic abuse explains the impact this has had on her.