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GCSEs and A-levels: Are pupils ready to take exams once more?
20 HRS AGO - As the first exams since 2019 begin, four students reflect on learning in the time of coronavirus.
Women awarded damages over Japan exam discrimination
2 DAYS AGO - Juntendo University in Tokyo set stricter requirements for female medical students in entrance Expand
Girls see physics as for white men only, MPs told
3 DAYS AGO - "If you are black or a woman, you don't see yourself fitting in," a leading female physicist says.
Douglas school pupils sent home amid huge teacher absences
4 DAYS AGO - About 20% of the staff at Ballakermeen High School are currently off, leading to lesson disruption.
Music teaching: Singer Bronwen backs free instruments plan
4 DAYS AGO - Funding for music teaching in Wales is trebling to £4.5m per year from September.
Schools: Caution urged on fines for children's absences
5 DAYS AGO - Some children have had trouble adjusting to being back in school after being at home during Covid.
NUS: Government cuts students' union links over anti-Semitism concerns
7 DAYS AGO - The universities minister says the National Union of Students will not be eligible for government Expand
Stillbirth: 'Finding my baby’s grave gave me comfort
12/05/2022 - Lilian spent six decades not knowing where her son was buried and thought he had been "thrown Expand
Bedford YMCA nursery parents' angry at 250% rise in fees
11/05/2022 - A father says he will struggle to find an extra £6,000 a year to pay for pre-school care.
Natasha Abrahart suicide: University discriminated against student
1 DAY AGO - A judge rules the University of Bristol failed to make adjustments for her social anxiety disorder.
Afrocentrism: The school teaching kids to love their African culture
2 DAYS AGO - The Children in Freedom School in Kenya is teaching its students to love their identity as Expand
ChatHealth text service launched to help young people 'open up
3 DAYS AGO - ChatHealth allows teenagers aged 11 to 19 to get help with a range of health issues via text Expand
Bedfordshire PCC's bid to stop absent pupils 'falling prey' to gangs
4 DAYS AGO - Youth workers will visit the homes of children absent from school, police commissioner says.
Teachers sent 'degrading' WhatsApp messages about disabled pupils
4 DAYS AGO - WhatsApp messages about primary school children in Aberdeenshire were not disclosed to parents.
Northern Ireland holiday hunger payments not in place
5 DAYS AGO - Stormont approval is needed to fund the free school meal scheme over the summer, officials say.
The Ukrainian refugee schoolgirl learning fast in the UK
12/05/2022 - Ukrainian refugee Marharyta, nine, is learning English as she waits to start school in Manchester.
Playground overhaul needed so disabled children can join the fun, charity says
11/05/2022 - Poor design means disabled children cannot use their local playgrounds, say campaigners.
Liphook Bohunt School teacher banned from profession
11/05/2022 - Katherine Veitch slapped a pupil while working as a teacher at Bohunt School in Liphook in 2020.
Natasha Abrahart suicide: Parents call for universities to change
2 DAYS AGO - The family of Natasha Abrahart is taking civil action against the University of Bristol.
New sex education programme for Catholic primaries
2 DAYS AGO - It covers topics like same-sex attraction, puberty and conception but not contraception.
Ed Sheeran surprises Suffolk school with video message
4 DAYS AGO - The singer thanks a primary school that named one of its classes after him.
Warning over shrinking school meals as prices rise
4 DAYS AGO - School caterers will have to shrink portions or use cheaper ingredients, a major food wholesaler Expand
Schools: The difficulties of getting back to normal
5 DAYS AGO - Some children have struggled returning to school after the height of the Covid pandemic.
GCSE and A-level exam invigilator shortages mean parents and teachers are stepping in
6 DAYS AGO - A union is warning of invigilator shortages as pupils sit their first summer exams since 2019.
First-class degrees more than double in a decade
12/05/2022 - Nearly 38% of students were awarded the top grade in 2020-21, the university watchdog says.
Cash pulled from popular BTecs
11/05/2022 - There has been criticism of plans to withdraw funding for most BTecs as T-levels are rolled out.
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