News (BBC Education)
Every school 'needs dog as stress-buster'
Bringing pets into school can be the simplest but most effective stress-buster, says Sir Anthony Seldon.
Police probe 'inappropriate pupil restraint' at school
Footage had emerged of staff using "inappropriate restraint techniques" at Clydeview School in Motherwell.
Parkfield School LGBT lessons 'not axed' despite protests
Parents who have protested outside the Birmingham school say the lessons are "toxic" and "disgusting".
School holiday fines: Parents hit by penalties rise 93%
Nearly 223,000 fines were issued to parents in 2017-18 as schools clamped down on unauthorised absence.
Dr Jordan Peterson: Cambridge University fellowship rescinded
Dr Jordan Peterson's views on gender have been the subject of much criticism.
PayPal urged to block essay firm cheats
Ministers call for payments companies to block essay writing firms, in a bid to beat university cheats.
Oxford teenager: 'I live in fear of knives'
Teenagers tell of their first-hand knowledge of deadly crime.
'We're not problems,' Send youngsters tell MPs
Seven young people with special needs tell MPs how the education system can better support people like them.
Harassment: 'I felt enraged by drunken train behaviour'
Children's commissioner Sally Holland opens up on the "crude" behaviour she was subjected to.
'You can fly planes': Students inspiring their siblings
The first-in-the-family university students urging younger siblings to aim high with their ambitions.
The 'controlled chaos' of raising sextuplets
We spoke to families with quintuplets and sextuplets to find out what it's like to raise multiple babies at once.
Revision tips: Sniffing lemons and squeezing ears
A study suggests "positive triggers" like smelling lemons and squeezing your ears could help revision.
Students save on fees, but Chile's universities struggle
Chile's universities are warning about a lack of funding after high fees are removed for many students.
My mum was a drink and drug addict, this is my story
Sixteen-year-old Tia says she wants others in a similar situation to know that life can get better.
Bristol nursery locks toys away for a month
The toys have been replaced toys with cardboard, tins and train tickets in an attempt to encourage play.
Is the pressure on school standards fuelling knife crime?
School exclusions and knife crime are both on the rise in England, but are the two actually linked?
Campaigners say they want Birmingham LGBT teaching abolished
A lead campaigner against LGBT lessons in Birmingham schools says morally, homosexuality is not "a valid sexual relationship".
The good things about ADHD: 'It's my superpower'
ADHD can sometimes be portrayed quite negatively, so an ADHD parents' support group asked us to make a film looking at some of the good things about it.
Egg freezing: Behind the scenes of a fertility clinic
With more and more women considering it, what exactly does egg freezing involve?